Claassen

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Taeniopterygidae - Species
... Brachyptera zwicki Braasch Joost, 1971 Doddsia Needham Claassen, 1925 Doddsia japonica (Okamoto, 1922) (Japan) Doddsia nohirae (Okamoto, 1922) (Japan) Doddsia occidentalis (Banks, 1900 ...
David Schütz - Published Books
... novel translated from Hebrew byJudith Brüll-Assan and Ruth Achlama (Hildesheim Claassen, 1992) Das goldene Tagebuch, translated from Hebrew by Mirjam Pressler (Frankfurt/Main Ali-Baba-Verlag ... With an afterword by Wolf Biermann (Hildesheim Claassen, 1995) ...
Indian Knoll - Dog Burials
... According to Cheryl Claassen, at least six out of the ten dogs with humans show possible evidence of a violent death ... Claassen also suggest that these dogs were not only beloved pets, but had symbolic and ritual significance ... Another possible meaning considered by Claassen is that dogs were used to represent warriors whose bodies were never retrieved from war ...
Ben Claassen III
... Ben Claassen III is a comics artist and illustrator originally from New Orleans, Louisiana who frequently works with non-traditional media such as stencils, long exposure photography, and the use of stop-motion ... has survived tough economic times via Claassen's policy of allowing papers to run the comic even if they can no longer afford to pay for it ... A near-graduate of Louisiana State University, Claassen currently spends his time working on DIRTFARM, travelling, keeping a daily comic journal, and working ...
Wynand Claassen
... Wynand Claassen (born 16 January 1951 in Schweizer-Reneke) is a South African rugby player ... His father is George Claassen, a retired schoolmaster from Middelburg Hoërskool and winner of the 1961 Comrades Marathon between Pietermaritzburg and Durban ... Claassen is credited with reviving rugby at the University of Natal, both as a player and later as a coach ...