Mitter

MITTER, law-French. To put, to send, or to pass; as mitter' l'estate, to pass the estate; mitter le droit, to pass a right. 2 Bl. Com. 324; Bac. Ab. Release, C; Co. Lit. 193, 273, b. Mitter a large, to put or, set at large. Law French Dict. h.t.

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In the first section on changing vernacular practices and interventions, Partha Mitter and Susan Bean discuss the formation of colonial art education for artisanal improvement and the changing aesthetic notions of the vernacular handcrafted object of the late 19th century, while Naman Ahuja examines the central role that pottery played in the nationalist ideal of craft-based education in pre-independent India.
Pasinabo struck in the 77th minute for the Busmen to cancel the opening goal from Ilocos' Adam Mitter, who volleyed the ball past goalkeeper Roland Muller in the 35th.
Despite going ahead after six minutes to an Adam Mitter own goal, that was the first time Skem had been on parity since the 17th minute, as Boro quickly responded to that early setback by going ahead with goals from George Bowerman and then Kyle Perry.
It was the visitors who broke the deadlock when Chris Almond's shot took a wicked deflection off Adam Mitter into his own net on six minutes.
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Loyola lost its defensive anchor in the 87th minute when Adam Mitter was sent off with three minutes left for a heavy challenge on Patrick Reichelt.
Rana Mitter is the author of "China's War with Japan, 1937-1945: the Struggle for Survival" (Penguin).
This year's judges also included Emma Duncan, editor of Intelligent Life; Sumit Paul-Choudhury, editor of New Scientist; Professor Rana Mitter, director of China Centre at Oxford University; and Tessa Ross, the former Controller of Film and Drama and Head of Film 4.
As rana Mitter claimed, if we wish to understand the role of China in today's global society, we would do well to remind ourselves of the tragic, titanic struggle which that country waged in the 1930s and 1940s not just for its own national dignity and survival, but for the victory of all the Allies, west and east, against some of the darkest forces that history has ever produced.
Rana Mitter is director of the China Center at Oxford University and author of "China's War with Japan, 1937-45: The Struggle for Survival" (U.
Amanda Mitter, one of the greenmarket "loyal customers," told KUNA she has been a regular visitor to this market since she moved to the "big city.