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Provides brief profiles of notable Americans, as well as individuals whose careers were of regional or international significance, who died between 1969 and 1973, based on information provided by the person prior to his or her death, arranged alphabetically by surname. Includes an index to volumes one through five, and the historical volume.
From the contents: Ein Freund kann dir das Gesich weiss oder schwarz machen: zum Problem der Uebersetzbarkeit von Sprichwoertern (Dora Sakayan).- Freundschaft, Ironie und Opfer in Shakespeares Tragoedie Julius Caesar (Wolfgang Braungart).- Fleming's friendship (Blake Lee Spahr).- Zwei Herren vor Stadtlandschaft oder: vom Vergnuegen, eine Darstellung zu deuten (Renae Mueller-Krumbach).
Interest in acoustics continues to increase. Although this branch of science was concerned primarily with the promotion of qualitative and quantitative sound transmission until a few decades ago, emphasis is currently placed also on the limitation of sound nuisance and, by extension, the setting of boundaries for permissible sound levels in places \vhere people are found. This last aspect in particular is exercising more and more influence on the design of buildings and machines, and in town and country planning. In addition, sound vibrations, because of their physical characteristics, are being used increasingly in disparate disciplines such as navigation, medical investigation and non destructive materials research. The flood of publications resulting from this increased interest in acoustics has led to a growing number of people being confronted with terminology which had until quite re cently only been used by a relatively small group of specialists and had remained largely unknown as a result. This four language dictionary, based on 'W. Reichardt, Technische Akustik; Berlin 1979', has been compiled to make not only this literature but also the nomenclature of equipment and instructions for their use accessible to the specialist and the interested layman.