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  Embassy News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Passy expressed satisfaction that the visit was taking place in the year when Bulgaria accelerated its accession negotiations with the EU, was awaiting an invitation to join NATO, and had taken its responsible seat on the UN Security Council.
The foreign minister called Pope John Paul II the politician with the greatest personal contribution to world development in the 20th and the 21st century, and singled out as direct consequences of his work the fall of the communist regimes in Europe, particularly the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Passy thanked Seif al-Islam for his visit to Libya in early May which was organized by GDIFCA and for the assistance in the course of the trial against the Bulgarian medics charged with infecting 393 Libyan children with the HIV virus.
www.bulgaria-embassy.org /~press/daily/05232002-d.html   (4185 words)

 NATO's Criminal Quisling Clown Laughs As World Burns [WWW.STOPNATO.ORG.U
Passy, who feels November is not soon enough for Bulgaria to get the much-coveted invitation to join the alliance, stunned colleagues when he launched a pro-NATO campaign as a member of parliament in 1990, shortly after the collapse of communism.
Passy, who is of Jewish origin, adopted the name Suleyman to protest at the forced changing of Muslim names to Slav ones.
Passy's popularity at home peaked when he charmed the Gaddafi family and mended ties with Libya, where six Bulgarian medics are on trial for allegedly infecting 393 Libyan children with the HIV virus.
www.mail-archive.com /antinato@topica.com/msg07037.html   (1240 words)

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Passy was a follower of phonetics as it had developed in England where the Pitman* phonetic shorthand system (1837) had become widely used in business and commerce.
Passy lectured with the English phoneticist Henry Sweet* at summer courses held at Edinburgh university and Sweet was an early contributor to "Dhi Fonetik Titcer".
Passy was concerned with the practical problems of language teaching and learning.
www.cyburkespace.info /content/nodes/Passy_P.txt   (697 words)

 International Phonetic Alphabet - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Most of its symbols are taken from the Roman alphabet or derived from it, some are taken from the Greek alphabet, and some are apparently unrelated to any standard alphabet.
It was originally developed by British and French language teachers (led by Paul Passy) under the auspices of the International Phonetic Association, established in Paris in 1886 (both the organisation and the phonetic script are best known as IPA).
These teachers based the IPA upon the Romic alphabet of Henry Sweet (1880-1881, 1971), which was formed from the Phonotypic Alphabet of Isaac Pitman and Alexander John Ellis (Kelly 1981).
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /international_phonetic_alphabet.htm   (1154 words)

 Metropole Paris The Rue de Passy
I wander around the intersection of the avenue Paul Doumer and the rue de Passy, around the area of the métro Muette, and this is a bit strange.
She persuaded the king that the curé of Passy should baptize her son as 'son of Louis Bourbon,' which was a unique instance for this sort of thing.
In the rue de Passy itself, parking wardens are pasting parking tickets on the windshields of jeeps and Minis; whose owners couldn't be bothered to look 50 metres further on for a legal place.
www.metropoleparis.com /1997/70512219/passy.html   (1736 words)

 Ling Links--People, I-M
He had linguistic discussions with Paul Passy in Paris, and worked closely with him to found the International Phonetic Association.
He studied with Paul Passy, founder of the International Phonetics Association, in France from 1905 to 1906.
Passy encouraged him to get involved with the association, and to take the examination for it.
www.ttt.org /linglinks/i_m.html   (1390 words)

 Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Pope John Paul II confirmed that he has all along loved the Bulgarian people, holds dear its culture and spiritual tradition, and expressed his support for the ethno-religious model in Bulgaria and for its efforts to build a true democratic society that respects fundamental human rights.
Today’s visit of His Holiness Pope Paul John II to Bulgaria is an important highlight in the centuries-old history of the relations between the Bulgarians and Rome, between Bulgaria and the Holy See.
Bulgaria is not the first Eastern Orthodox state Pope John Paul II visits but the warm welcome he was given by the authorities, intellectuals and members of the public is indicative of a possible opening of the Christian East to the Roman Catholic Church, a signed article in "Le Figaro" says.
www.mfa.government.bg /en/page.htm   (5141 words)

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Foreign Minister Solomon Passy met in Madrid with the Civil Administrator of the Temporary Coalition Authority in Iraq, Paul Bremer.
During the talk Paul Bremer gave a high assessment of Bulgaria’s position and participation in the process of Iraq’s stabilization and reconstruction.
Minister Passy informed that in its capacity of a country presiding the OSCE in 2004, Bulgaria will propose that the OSCE participates in the process of Iraq’s reconstruction and stabilization according to its competences.
www.government.bg /English/Print/1766.html   (239 words)

 Centre for European Political Communications
Dr Paul Statham is Director of the Centre for European Political Communications (EurPolCom) and Reader in European Political Communications at the Institute of Communications Studies.
Paul Statham, Ruud Koopmans, Marco Giugni and Florence Passy, forthcoming 2005.
Marco Giugni, Ruud Koopmans, Florence Passy and Paul Statham, 2005.
ics.leeds.ac.uk /eurpolcom/paul_statham.cfm   (764 words)

 Pope’s Visit to Bulgaria 23-26 May 2002,   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Bulgaria's exoneration from the death plot against Pope John Paul II is the most important message of the four-day official papal visit which ended Sunday.
For his part, Pope John Paul II called Bulgaria a bridge between East and West and a spiritual crossroad, and wished that the efforts for social renovation find deserved reception and support from the European Community.
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Solomon Passy described Pope John Paul II's statement that he never believed in the so-called "Bulgarian connection" to the 1981 assassination attempt against him as "this country's largest diplomatic success since World War II." "Generations of Bulgarians have worked to make this day possible.
www.bulgaria2net.com /about/news/29052002-2.html   (1307 words)

 Passy - Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre et gratuite
André Dewravin, dit colonel Passy, chef des services secrets de la France Libre
Frédéric Passy, lauréat du prix Nobel de la paix
Passy, ancienne commune française de la Seine annexée par Paris en 1860
fr.wikipedia.org /wiki/Passy   (58 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Foreign Minister Solomon Passy and the official delegation lead by him at the celebrations on the occasion of holiday of the Saintly brothers Cyril and Methodius were received by His Holiness Pope John Paul II in the Vatican.
The members of the Bulgarian delegation expressed their gratitude to be welcomed on the holiday of the Saintly brothers and underlined the eagerness with which the Bulgarian people is expecting the Pope’s visit to Bulgaria.
Pope John Paul II informed that he is studying intensively Bulgarian language and intends to address the Bulgarian people in the in the language of the Saintly brothers Cyril and Methodius.
www.government.bg /English/Print/575.html   (313 words)

 AllRefer.com - FrEdEric Passy (Economics, Biography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - FrEdEric Passy (Economics, Biography) - Encyclopedia
The phonetician Paul Edouard Passy (1859–1940) was his son.
More articles from AllRefer Reference on Frederic Passy
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/P/Passy-Fr.html   (241 words)

 Kock, Charles-Paul de --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Poet, playwright, and essayist Paul Claudel was a towering force in French literature of the first half of the 20th century.
His works derive their lyrical inspiration, their unity and scope, and their prophetic tone from his faith in God.
Paul Gaugin briefly joined van Gogh in the town of Arles, but left after the artist cut off part of his own ear.
www.britannica.com /eb/article?tocId=9045856   (751 words)

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Paul, par exemple, trace un tableau, du reste très séduisant, de la transformation graduelle d'un son par le déplacement du sens musculaire [verschiebung des bewegungsgefühls]’.
Zoo nu zou het ook met de spraakklanken zijn: de bewegingen, noodig in de organen, om den stand voor een bepaalden medeklinker te bewerken, laten niet zulke scherpe, kinaesthetische indrukken achter, of ook hier zijn kleine wijzigingen mogelijk.
Onder het hoofd affaiblissement brengt Passy tweeërlei voorbeelden bij: a.
www.dbnl.org /tekst/fadd001gele01/fadd001gele01_001.htm   (4810 words)

 Passy Paul - livres nouveaux et utilisés
ISBN > Passy Paul - livres nouveaux et utilisés
PASSY, PAUL - Petite Phonetique Comparee des Principales Langues Europeennes.
Passy, Paul, George Hempl & Earle S. Randall -
fr.isbn.pl /A-passy-paul   (140 words)

Pope John Paul II will visit Bulgaria in the second half of May, 2002.
Foreign Minister Solomon Passy announced that he had received a confirmation about the time of the visit from the Apostolic Nuncio in Sofia.
Passy expressed hope that the visit will help "erase from the Bulgarian image the stain of the accusations for involvement in the attempt on the Pope's life".
www.novinite.com /view_news.php?id=3307   (526 words)

 Passy Coat of Arms
Many of these families became the lavish patrons of artists and scholars in order to increase their own prestige and secure political power.
Passy Coat of Arms / Family Crest Mouse Pad
Passy Surname History and Coat of Arms Framed
www.houseofnames.com /xq/asp.c/qx/passy-coat-arms.htm   (338 words)

 Vacation rental in Paris
In the historical cemetery of Passy one finds the graves of famous personalities who lived here, Giraudoux, Manet, Faure, Debussy, Fernandel, Carnot, Jean Patou, Berthe Morisot, Talleyrand, Guerlain, the Cognaq-Jay couple, founders of the Samaritaine and many others.
It is at a very strategic position in the 16th arrondissement, very close to the "esplanade de Trocadéro" and the musée de Chaillot.
The elegant shopping area of Rue de Passy and the beautiful parks and gardens, Bois de Boulogne and Jardins de Ranelagh are just a short walk from this apartment.
www.apartexchange.com /rent_Paris_16th_avepauldoumer.htm   (386 words)

 Encyclopedia: International Phonetic Association
In 1886, in Paris, a small group of language teachers formed an association to encourage the use of phonetic notation in schools to help children acquire realistic pronunciations of foreign languages and also to aid in teaching reading to young children.
The group, led by Paul Passy called itself initially Dhi Fonètik Tîcerz' Asóciécon (the FTA).
The Eiffel Tower has become a symbol of Paris throughout the world.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/International-Phonetic-Association   (663 words)

 Grabov Rat : glossary : I
This allows routers to change paths in the middle of forwarding a set of packets if the original path becomes blocked, because the packets do not have to arrive in order or at the same time.
: The IPA was first published in 1888 by the Association Phonétique Internationale (International Phonetic Association), a group of French language teachers founded by Paul Passy.
The aim of the organization was to devise a system for transcribing the sounds of speech which was independent of any particular language and applicable to all languages.
www.grabovrat.com /glossary/grGlossaryI1.htm   (693 words)

 BBC - h2g2 - The International Phonetic Alphabet
The creation of such a system appears first to have been suggested by Otto Jespersen to Paul Passy, a founding member of that group.
The system published by Passy and his colleagues in 1888 was based on earlier similar efforts, particularly a system for the transcription of English published by Isaac Pitman and Henry Ellis in 1847.
The 1888 IPA (and the 'International' nature of that system is the key difference) has been somewhat revised since its first publication, particularly at the 1989 IPA Kiel Convention, but has largely stood the test of time and been widely accepted and used in the field of linguistics.
www.bbc.co.uk /dna/h2g2/A1921178   (774 words)

 Paradigm, No. 20 (July, 1996)
No doubt part of their success lay also in the compact and portable format of these short, attractively laid-out booklets, along with the undoubted prestige of the Clarendon Press Series in which they were published.
The Elementarbuch won many admirers in Europe: Klinghardt reported on its use in Silesian schools (1888), as Howatt has shown, and the textbook was allegedly imitated by Paul Passy (1893), and perhaps also by Viëtor (1899).
Passy, Paul and Beyer, F., Elementarbuch des gesprochenen Französisch (Cothe: 0.
w4.ed.uiuc.edu /faculty/westbury/Paradigm/atherton.html   (5653 words)

 Histoires littéraires - index des noms, de A à C   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Paul Lidsky, Les Écrivains contre la Commune (La Découverte/Poche, 1999, 181 p., 42 F).
Dans sa postface, Paul Lidsky étudie les points communs entre la Commune de mai 1871 et les " événements " de mai 1968.
Il existe un indéniable retour en vogue des conteurs populaires, épaulé par la nostalgie crypto-écologiste pour des temps révolus qui connaissaient, croit-on, des sociabilités plus humaines.
www.histoires-litteraires.org /archi-cr/arch-grosplan.htm   (9761 words)

 Saussure was born on November 26   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Before he arrived in Paris in September of that year, he appears to have conducted fieldwork on Lithuanian, like Schleicher and others before him.
In Paris Sauussure found a number of receptive students, among them Antoine Meillet, Maurice Grammont, and Paul Passy, but also congenial colleagues such as Gaston Paris, Louis Havet, who had previously written the most detailed review of his Mémoire, and Arsène Darmesteter.
Michel Bréal, the doyen of French linguistics, secured him a positin as Maître de Conférences at the École des Hautes in 1881, a post he held until his departure for Geneva ten years later.
mails.fju.edu.tw /~phono/Saussure.htm   (896 words)

 WZB - Civil Society, Citizenship, and Political Mobilization in Europe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Een vergelijking van de resultaten van het Nederlandse en Duitse integratiebeleid en wat de WRR daaruit niet concludeert, nachgedruckt in: Migrantenstudies 18e jaargang 2002, nummer 2, pp.
Ruud Koopmans and Paul Statham: Migrant Mobilization and Political Opportunities: An Empirical Assessment of Local and National Variation, Paper presented at the International Conference 'Explaining Changes in Migration Policy: Debates from Different Perspectives Geneva, 27-28 October 2000
forthcoming in: Ruud Koopmans, Paul Statham, Marco Giugni and Florence Passy: Contested Citizenship.
www.wz-berlin.de /zkd/zcm/leute/koopmans.en.htm   (1492 words)

1859: Birth of Paul Passy, French linguist and phonetician, and – not least -- the founder of the International Phonetic Association.
1861: Paul Broca performs an autopsy on an aphasic who had died the previous day.
He thus "disvovers" the area in the brain in which much language processing is done, and which is now named after him.
www.ling.su.se /staff/parkvall/Calendar.html   (6081 words)

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The International Phonetic Association (IPA) was founded in 1886 in Paris by a group of language teachers led by Paul Passy to encourage the use of phonetic notation in schools to help children learn foreign languages and also to aid in teaching reading to young children.
The aim was to create a set of phonetic symbols that would represent the same sound in all languages--an International Phonetic Alphabet.
The inventory of IPA consonants is as follows, with the English sounds in green:
members.lycos.co.uk /mdmorrissey/ipa.htm   (794 words)

 Relations historiques Franco-Islandaises   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Le médecin et naturaliste Joseph Paul Gaimard (1790-1858), accompagné, entre autres, par l'homme de lettres Xavier Marmier (1808-92), et le géologue Eugène Robert, se rend en Islande.
Le navire-hôpital "St. Paul" se rend pour la première fois en Islande ; il finira par échouer sur la côte islandaise en 1899
Paul Passy, Professeur à la Sorbonne, réclame des postes pour l'enseignement des études nordiques
brunnur.stjr.is /embassy/paris.nsf/pages/relationshisto   (2551 words)

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