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situation can be exploited to draw on the comparative strength of the nearby educational models and, thus, helps to create institutional innovation. ← 147 | 148 → 325 Tavis D. Jules, “Educational Exceptionalism in Small (and Micro) States: Cooperative Educational Transfer and TVET”, in: Research in Comparative & International Education 10 (2015) 2, pp. 202–222, in particular p. 202. 326 Mohammed Kazim Bacchus, “The Education Challenges Facing Small Nation States in the Increasingly Competitive Global Economy of the Twenty-First Century”, in: Comparative Education

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: School of Education, University of the South Pacific & Asia/Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO, 2010); Michael Crossley & Keith Holmes, “Challenges for Educational Research: International Development, Partnerships and Capacity Building in Small States”, in: Oxford Review of Education 27 (2001) 3, pp. 395–409. 84 Peter Mayo, “Editorial: Comparative and International Perspectives on Education in Small States”, in: Special Issue of Comparative Education 44 (2008) 2, pp. 121–124; Tavis D. Jules, “Education in Small States: Fragilities, Vulnerabilities, and Strengths

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Research and Development 3 (2014) 1, pp. 1–15. 584 MoE, Education Policy Guidelines and Instructions , op. cit. (note 569). 585 Schuelka, “Education for Youth with Disabilities”, op. cit. (note 549). 586 Steiner-Khamsi & Stolpe, Educational Import , op. cit. (note 60). 587 Tavis D. Jules, “Going Trilingual: Post-Revolutionary Socialist Education Reform in Grenada”, in: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 102 (2013) 5, pp. 459–470. 588 Anthony Giddens, The Consequences of Modernity (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1990). 589 Indeed

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Michael Apple, Global Crises, Social Justice, and Education (New York: Routledge, 2010). 409 Fazal Rizvi & Bob Lingard, Globalization Education Policy (London: Routledge. 2010). 410 Bacchus, “The Education Challenges Facing Small Nations”, op. cit. (note 402), in particular p. 20. 411 Jeanne Hey, Small States in World Politics: Explaining Foreign Policy Behavior , (Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 2003). 412 Tavis Jules, Neither World Polity nor Local or National Societies: Regionalization in the Global South – The Caribbean Community (Frankfurt am Main: Peter

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[Térii] achevait avec grand soin sa tâche pour la nuit […], voici que tout à coup le Récitant se prit à balbutier … Il s’arrêta ; et, redoublant son attention, recommença le récit d’épreuve. On y dénombrait les séries prodigieuses d’ancêtres d’où sortaient les chefs, les Arii, divins par la race et par la stature : Dormait le chef Tavi du maraè [temple] Taütira, avec la femme Taürua, Puis avec la femme Tuitérai du maraè Papara : De ceux-là naquit Tériitahia i Marama. Dormait Tériitahia i Marama avec la femme Tétuaü Méritini du maraè Vaïrao : De ceux-là naquit … Un

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nuit […], voici que tout à coup le Récitant se prit à balbutier … Il s’arrêta ; et, redoublant son attention, recommença le récit d’épreuve. On y dénombrait les séries prodigieuses d’ancêtres d’où sortaient les chefs, les Arii, divins par la race et par la stature : Dormait le chef Tavi du maraè [temple] Taütira, avec la femme Taürua, Puis avec la femme Tuitérai du maraè Papara : De ceux-là naquit Tériitahia i Marama. Dormait Tériitahia i Marama avec la femme Tétuaü Méritini du maraè Vaïrao : De ceux-là naquit … Un silence pesa, avec une petite angoisse. Aüé

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Greek, in 1910 (Fraisse 1973, 52–3) In France, under reforms begun 14 According to Brian Arkins, Yeats joined the Eugenics Society in London in 1936 (81) 106 Jennifer Kilgore-Caradec by Jules Simon in 1872 and finished in 1902, the study of classical lan- guages was greatly diminished, and Péguy would be involved in a quest for a classics revival beginning in 1908 (see Fraisse 1973, 16–19)15 When Charles Péguy published his Œuvres choisies in 1911, at the age of 38, he dedicated a copy to his elementary school teacher, thanking him for introducing him to the

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injured, while cycling, an old woman� This Freudian episode might explain much of his bizarre behavior as an adult� The answer apparently lies only partially in the past, as the one who is suspected of having sent the fateful letter is the photographer Tavi Cuşa, who allegedly wanted to play a farce and avenge himself against Marcu Vancea, because the latter had not accepted him as a suitor of his beautiful daughter Sonia� Tolea’s attempt to track down this evil individual unwittingly becomes a relentless pursuit� Following the tortuous path of Cuşa’s biography

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. « Scripto », 2003. FÖLLMI Olivier, Le fleuve gelé , Paris, La Martinière, coll. « Petit format », 1996 [1990]. FÖLLMI Olivier, L’école au bout du fleuve , Paris, La Martinière, 1992. FRANÇOIS Paul et BUTEL Lucile (illustrations), La grande panthère noire , Paris, Père Castor-Flammarion, coll. « Les grands classiques », 2011 [1993]. GABRIELLI Chloé et MIGNON Philippe (illustrations), Kali et l’éléphant blanc , Paris, Nathan, coll. « Contes des cinq continents », 2005. GALLIOT Lucile et PLEDGER Maurice (illustrations), Tavi le tigre , Paris, Quatre fleuves, 2013

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? Denis 9 (= 29A)? (vgl. X6 108) 117 X6 189 De versu psalmi centensimi tricensimi oc- tavi: Inperfectum meum viderunt oculi tui. ? 138 X6 193 De Samson et de versu psalmi quinqua- gensimi septimi: Si vere ergo iustitiam loquimini [iusta iudicate]. [364]18 57 X6 195 De versu psalmi centensimi quinti decimi: Praetiosa in conspectu domini mors sancto- rum eius. ?19 115 X6 197 De versu psalmi centensimi tricesimi primi: Sacerdotes tui induantur iustitiam. ? 131 Die vorgeschlagenen Identifizierungen zeigen, daß die von Possidius ver- zeichneten Titel und