Faces of Edinburgh

Photographer Manel Quiros captures the essence of Edinburgh through his stunning portraits of its inhabitants.

Faces of Edinburgh

Photographer Manel Quiros captures the essence of Edinburgh through his stunning portraits of its inhabitants.

Faces of Communities

(1841 –42): The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie, Edinburgh: Bannatyne
Club. Laing, David (ed.) (1851): Original Letters Relating to the Ecclesiastical
Affairs ofScotland, Edinburgh: Bannatyne Club. Macinnes, Allan I. (1991):
Charles I ...

Faces of Communities

Was sind die konstitutiven Elemente verschiedener Formen sozialer Nahbeziehungen? Welche Rolle spielen Praktiken der Inklusion und Exklusion bei der Formierung, Aushandlung und Aufrechterhaltung von Gruppen? Wie werden Vertrauens- und Loyalitätsbindungen geschaffen und bewahrt? Wie gehen Gemeinschaften mit Konflikten um? Dieser Band hat das Ziel, den Fokus von dyadischen Nahbeziehungen hin zu Gemeinschaften und Gruppen zu verlagern. Er beinhaltet interdisziplinäre Beiträge und Fallstudien zu unterschiedlichen kulturellen, historischen und geographischen Kontexten. Die Beiträge konzentrieren sich nicht nur auf Praktiken und Semantiken von Zugehörigkeit, sondern nehmen auch Prozesse der Auflösung und Neuverhandlung in den Blick. Die einzelnen Texte diskutieren, wie Gemeinschaften entstehen, was sie aufrechterhält und ihnen Kohärenz verleiht, wie sie Identitäten aushandeln und wie sie mit Konflikten umgehen und Bedrohungen ihres geteilten Selbstverständnisses begegnen.

Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Royal Society (Edinburgh). The edge in the one diagram is perpendicular to the
face in the other. The distance of the plane from the origin represents the rate of
increase of the function along the edge. 3. Every face in the one diagram ...

Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh


The Edinburgh Journal of Science Conducted by Sir David Brewster

The former do not so much occur singly , as rather aggregated in small imbedded
groups , and show the simplest forms known in the species , the four - sided
prism , terminated by a four - sided pyramid , whose faces are striated parallel to
two ...

The Edinburgh Journal of Science     Conducted by  Sir  David Brewster


London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

A very accurate determination of its form is difficult on account of the unevenness
and dullness of its faces . In order if possible to render it a little less uncertain , I
measured some very perfect crystals , for which I am indebted to Dr. A. Smith of ...

London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science


The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

The primary , with the acute lateral edges re . placed by single planes inclining to
the adjacent lateral faces under 137° 30 ' ( common goniometer . In very minute
crystals , the sunmits are occasionally surmounted by four - sided pyramids ...

The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science


The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science Conducted by Sir David Brewster Richard Taylor and Richard Phillips

... crystallizes in the form of a prism with a rectangular base l , the angles of which
are of 60° and 120° . . At each summit are two faces o forming the bevil , which
intersect each other at an angle of 108° 54 ' very nearly . We have then Measured
 ...

The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science   Conducted by Sir David Brewster  Richard Taylor  and Richard Phillips


The Edinburgh Journal of Science

The same phenomena , indeed , are constantly reproduced in three different
positions , and it would appear that every thing is related to the different
directions of cleavageto the faces and to the edges of the primitive
rhombohedron . Thus all ...

The Edinburgh Journal of Science


The London Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

A piece of glass , G , is then placed to intercept from B a portion of the heat
radiating from one half of the face of the ... the mean difference for glass before ß
and a , C the heatingpower of each half of the cube at its distance from the faces
of ...

The London  Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science


The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal

On precisely measuring with the thermo - multiplier , the quantities of heat
projected by the two polished faces , when the vessel was filled with hot water ,
and in comparing them with those which emanated from the corresponding
streaked ...

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal


Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Royal Society of Edinburgh. The edge in the one diagram is perpendicular to the
face in the other . The distance of the plane from the origin represents the rate of
increase of the function along the edge . 3. Every face in the one diagram ...

Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh


The Edinburgh Encyclopedia

Having given the centre and distance of the picture, also the vanishing line of one
face of any given solid, and the representation of a line in that face; ... But the
solid being given, the adjacent faces are inclined to each other at given angles.

The Edinburgh Encyclopedia


The London Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

If the film is now moved down towards the lower face , the stronger air - current
would now appear on the left side , corresponding to a reversal of ... In Pl . II . , A
and C , ultrasonic waves are shown radiated from the B and 0 faces of the crystal
.

The London  Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science


The Edinburgh Encyclop dia Conducted by David Brewster with the Assistance of Gentlemen Eminent in Science and Literature

Having given the centre and distance of the picture, also the vanishing line of one
face of any given solid, and the representation of a line in that face; ... But the
solid being given, the adjacent faces are inclined to each other at given angles.

The Edinburgh Encyclop  dia Conducted by David Brewster  with the Assistance of Gentlemen Eminent in Science and Literature


The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

exhibits the poles of all the faces observed by Mohs and Levy, as well as by
myself. The symbols of the ... face of the form {301}. The twins of most usual
occurrence are those described by Haidinger (Edinburgh Journal of Science, vol.
iii. p. 62.) ...

The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science


Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal

1, terminated by a pyramid, the faces of which are set on the lateral edges of the
prism, two opposite edges of the pyramid being also replaced by planes. On the
other hand, the crystals to which I have referred were a great deal smaller in size,
 ...

Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal


The Edinburgh new philosophical journal

Colour reddish-white; occurs crystallized in crystals belonging to the
rhombohedral system; the forms are the six-sided prism, feebly truncated on the
lateral edges by the faces of the second six-sided prism. The faces of the first six-
sided ...

The Edinburgh new philosophical journal


The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal

There he gives formulæ to calculate the incidences of the faces of a secondary
form with one another , or with the planes of another modification , supposing that
their indices are known ; so that in each particular case where the parallelism of ...

The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal

Contains the proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the Wernerian Natural History Society (Edinburgh), etc.

Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Royal Society of Edinburgh ... The faces may be arranged in the following two
groups :hik Ikh klh hki ( A. ) hile ikh kih hki thic khi ( B. ) Thic khi Let the new
indices of the face hll be aßy . h - K 21 - h - lc h + l + k Then B = 2 , y 6 3 21 - h - k
4h - 2k ...

Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

List of fellows for 1908- in v. 25.