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Norwegian to English Dictionary

Translation Dictionary

Norwegian?English (dictionnaire) : abbed : abbot -- abbedi : abbey -- abbedisse : abbess -- abnormitet : abnormality -- abort : abortion -- abortere : abort -- absolutt n?dvendig : essential, imperative -- absorbere : imbibe, absorb -- adgang : admission, entry, entrance, access -- adj? : adieu -- adkomst : approach -- adresse : address -- adressebok : directory -- adskilt : distinct -- adspre : divert -- adspredelse : diversion -- advokat : attorney, advocate, lawyer, b...

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A Practical Introduction to Danish or Norwegian

By: J. W. Frädersdorff
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Bone to His Bone

By: E. G. Swain

William Whitehead, Fellow of Emmanuel College, in the University of Cambridge, became Vicar of Stoneground in the year 1731. The annals of his incumbency were doubtless short and simple: they have not survived. In his day were no newspapers to collect gossip, no Parish Magazines to record the simple events of parochial life. One event, however, of greater moment then than now, is recorded in two places. Vicar Whitehead failed in health after 23 years of work, and journey...

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The Nature of Crime : Continuity and Change

By: Julie E. Samuels

Legal Reference Publication

Excerpt: From the Director. The celebration of the National Institute of Justice?s 30th anniversary in the autumn of 1999 provided the Institute and the criminal justice community the perfect opportunity to reflect on three decades of criminal justice research accomplishments. A few months later, the dawn of the new millennium seemed the appropriate stage from which to look forward to what lies ahead for criminal justice in the United States. As preparations were made to...

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The Positive School of Criminology;

By: Ferri, Enrico, 1856-1929. ; Untermann, Ernest, Tr.
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General Pathology; Or, The Science of the Causes, Nature and Cours...

By: Ziegler, Ernst, 1849-1905 ; Buck, Albert H. (Albert Henry), 1842-1922, Ed

Pindar

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Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe : From the Iron Period of the...

By: Hewitt, John, 1807-1878

Cyf. 1. Hyd ymdrech y Tuduriaid

Welsh literature

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Modern Theories of Criminality

By: Bernaldo de Quiros, Constancio, 1873-1959; Salvio, Alfonso De, B. 1873

Employers' liability

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Norwegian Self-Taught by the Natural Method: With Phonetic Pronunc...

By: Carl Albert Thimm, Franz J. L. Thimm, R. J. Macclean, Ingebrigt Christopher Grøndahl

English, Norwegian and pronunciation in parallel columns.

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Handbook of Arms and Armor, European and Oriental, Including the W...

By: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, N. Y., Dean, Bashford, 1867-1928, Riggs, William H., William Henry
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What Is Forensic Computing: Australian Institute of Criminology Tr...

By: Rodney McKemmish

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: By Ambassador Cofer Black Coordinator for Counterterrorism. The evil of terrorism continued to plague the world throughout 2002, from Bali to Grozny to Mombasa. At the same time, the global war against the terrorist threat was waged intensively in all regions with encouraging results. The year saw the liberation of Afghanistan by Coalition forces, the expulsion of al-Qaida and the oppressive Taliban regime, the destruction of their terrorist training infras...

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When Silenced Voices Speak : An Exploratory Study of Prostitute Ho...

By: Jonathan Adam Dudek

Legal Reference Publication

Abstract: The FBI?s National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC) recently cited an increase in consultations involving serial, or multiple, homicide of female prostitutes, including anecdotal evidence of distinct victimology and crime scene differences among the victims. Of particular interest to the NCAVC was whether such variables (e.g., work location, body disposal method) could classify a deceased prostitute case as being either ?single? (i.e., the only ...

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The Positive School of Criminology

By: Enrico Ferri

Excerpt: My Friends. When, in the turmoil of my daily occupation, I received an invitation, several months ago, from several hundred students of this famous university, to give them a brief summary, in short special lectures, of the principal and fundamental conclusions of criminal sociology, I gladly accepted, because this invitation fell in with two ideals of mine. These two ideals are stirring my heart and are the secret of my life. In the first place, this invitation...

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Pathology of Lying, etc

By: William and Mary Healy

EDITORIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: This volume is one of a series of Monograph Supplements to the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. The publication of the Monographs is authorized by the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology. Such a series has become necessary in America by reason of the rapid development of criminological research in this country since the organization of the Institute. Criminology draws upon many independent branches of science, such as Psycho...

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Victorian Short Stories of Troubled Marriages

By: Arthur Morrison

Excerpt: CONFESSIONS. There was a man called Bronckhorst--a three-cornered, middle-aged man in the Army--grey as a badger, and, some people said, with a touch of country-blood in him. That, however, cannot be proved. Mrs. Bronckhorst was not exactly young, though fifteen years younger than her husband. She was a large, pale, quiet woman, with heavy eyelids over weak eyes, and hair that turned red or yellow as the lights fell on it. Bronckhorst was not nice in any way. He...

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English to Norwegian Dictionary

Translation Dictionary

English?norwegian (dictionnaire) : a : en, et -- a few : noen fa -- a lot : mye -- aback : bakk -- abacus : kuleramme -- abaft : akter -- abandon : forlate -- abash : gj?re skamfull -- abate : forminske -- abbess : abbedisse -- abbey : abbedi -- abbot : abbed -- abbreviate : forkorte -- abbreviation : forkortelse -- abdicate : frasi seg -- abdication : frasigelse -- abdomen : mave, buk -- abduct : bortf?re, kidnappe -- abduction : bortf?ring, kidnapping -- abductor : bor...

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The Anglo-Saxon Weapon Names Treated Archaeologically and Etymolog...

By: Keller, May Lansfield

Bibliography: p. [1]-12

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The Art of Attack. Being a Study in the Development of Weapons and...

By: Cowper, Henry Swainson, 1865-1941

A short bibliography of some English works: p. [299]-301

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Alice in Wonderland

By: Lewis Carroll

Alice is about to pick daisies when a white rabbit approaches her, but this rabbit is not like any other rabbit she has seen. Her curious nature forces her to follow the rabbit for a wonderful adventure.

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Criminology

By: Macdonald, Arthur, 1856-1936

Includes bibliographical references (p. [273]-408); OCLC

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