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  • For example, if two sentences mean the same thing (e.g., "snow is white" in English, "Schnee ist weiss" in German), they express the same proposition, and if two sentences differ in meaning, they express different propositions.

    Belief

  • The other proposed members are Peter Allen , a former financial controller at L'Oreal SA, Andreas Haerfstrand , a former manager at Serono, and Robert Hock , a former director at Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. Elliott also named Elmar Schnee , who was an executive board member at Merck KGaA, and Hans-Christian Semmler , a former chief executive of Germany-based Haupt Pharma.

    Actelion Is Pressured Over Strategy

  • Any New Jersey boy between ages 14 and 17 who is under 5-foot-7-inches and weighing less than 135 pounds is invited to attend an open casting call for the part Monday at Barden/Schnee Casting in New York.

    Oscar-nominated Director Tom McCarthy Looking to Give WIN WIN to a “Real Kid” – Collider.com

  • ABC, die Katze lief im Schnee more handmade love a bit about flickr!

    one little word 2010

  • Schnee meaning snow explores the idea that our perception of nearly identical patterns causes the imagination to project new forms by itself.

    Ensemble Recherche; Jakob Kullberg

  • In Schnee, by Hans Abrahamsen, two pianos are dampened with paper and the percussionist spends most of the time rhythmically rubbing on smooth and rough tables.

    Ensemble Recherche; Jakob Kullberg

  • Ab und zu erschallten Rufe von den Dächern, ein Posten hielt die Fußgänger auf, heruntergeschaufelter Schnee fiel in die Haufen am Gassenrand.

    Shipwrecked

  • ˜Snow is white™ and the German sentence ˜Schnee ist weiss™ express the same proposition, namely, the proposition that snow is white.

    Platonism in Metaphysics

  • (2*) (In the German linguistic community) * Schnee ist weiss*s are. snow is white. s.

    Wilfrid Sellars

  • Thanks for making me laugh, Schnee and Nuttyclorox (sorry if I wrote it wrong)

    The Ugly Truth About Tokio Hotel: Vanity Fair

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