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GMC

abbreviation for GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL.
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From Scottish, British and Germanic to American South and Asian accents, Fraser is entrancing.
When the first Germanic popes were elected in 996 (Bruno of Carinthia) and 999 (Gerbert of Aurillac) both assumed more "Roman" names--Gregory V and Sylvester II, respectively--out of deference to the prejudices of the Roman population (which unfortunately deprived the church of both a Pope Bruno and a Pope Bert).
Eve is being sent on a mission to track a Nix, a Germanic demi-demon nymph who feeds off chaos.
'The Real Eve: Modern Man's Journey Out of Africa' claims that the Celts (Scots, Welsh, Irish and Cornish) are descended from an ancient people who lived on Britain's Atlantic coast when it was still attached to Europe, while the English were descended from a Germanic people who lived in the interior of the continent.
Anatoly Liberman's essay on dwarves is a piece of good, old-fashioned Germanic philology, which this reviewer is not equipped to evaluate on its merits, but which he found interesting, if anomalous to the rest of the volume.
Both Heaven and 'Himmel' (German) stem from old Germanic words designating only the physical sky.
The International Association for Germanic Language and Literature (Internationale Vereinigung fur Germanische Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft--the name was changed at the business meeting at the 2000 Congress in Vienna to Internationale Vereinigung fur Germanistik) has connections on the one hand with the Federation Internationale des Langues et Litteratures Modernes (FILLM) and on the other hand with the International Association of Teachers of German (Internationaler Deutschlehrerverband, IDV).
The present Lord Goring has stated there was much business traffic between London and the Germanic states in the 1700s.
The project is the brainchild of Aaron Lansky, who realized many great literary works were literally being thrown away by a younger generation unfamiliar with Yiddish, a Germanic language written in Hebrew letters.
Barbara Carvill, Calvin College, Department of Germanic and Asian Languages, Grand Rapids, MI 49546; 616/957-6365; carv@calvin.edu
"Totally Straussian, Schubertian, very Germanic, but still jazzy." These pieces are sometimes 20 minutes long and by far the most musically complex he's written.
The Roman Empire had collapsed four centuries earlier, the victim of invading Germanic tribes from the north and east.