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GELD, old Eng. law. It signifies a fine or compensation for an offence; also, rent, money or tribute.

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The suggestion appealed to me in all kinds of ways: the scope was sufficiently broad--gargantuan, in fact--to satisfy my appetite for bigger history; I willy-nilly had developed a decent record of collaborating with other historians (e.g., Andrei Sokolov, Jim von Geldern, Ron Suny, Bill Rosenberg, Bill Chase), and wondered what it would be like to collaborate with one's spouse.
Overall, with the help of the booming oil sector, the country has managed to stabilize its internal economic turmoil, left after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and achieve significant economic growth (Zimnitskaya and Von Geldern 2010, p.
For example, it pointed out the advantages of organizing celebrations on the dates of traditional festivals." (Peter Kenez, The Birth of the Propaganda State: Soviet Methods of Mass Mobilization, 1917-1929, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985), 92; "After the Revolution, the regime created a new holiday calendar of its own, which for several years coexisted and competed with the extensive calendar of Orthodox religious holidays."; Von Geldern, 7; "One suspects that those who thought up the celebrations were consciously trying to create alternatives to church holidays.
More recently, a description of the Berlin manuscript was part of an attachment in Monika Costard, Spatmittelalterliche Frauenfrommigkeit am Niederrhein: Geschichte, Spiritualitat und Handschriften der Schwesternhauser in Geldern und Sonsbeck (Tubingen, Germany: Mohr Siebeck, 2011), 346-353.
According to James Van Geldern, the revival of heroic ideas traditionally associated with territorial expansion would result in a welcome upsurge of confidence.
Then there's Jack Van Geldern, a computer programmer from Riverside, Conn.
GELDERN, GERMANY -- Ruwel AG said it will petition for insolvency for its Ruwel Denmark MS facility in Nykobing.
Contrary to MacFadyen's portrayals of the field, though, numerous scholars of Soviet culture, such as Richard Stites, Katerina Clark, James von Geldern, and others, have been making similar arguments for at least a decade.
Para Peira van Geldern, un poeta es "un pobre diablo que hace versos por unas monedas y siempre muere en el asilo".
Her study joins more substantial works on Bolshevik policies toward women (by Wendy Goldman, Elizabeth Wood, Barbara Evans Clements and others) and on Bolshevik festivals (by Karen Petrone, Richard Stites, James van Geldern, Katerina Clark and others).