Synonyms for fuks or Related words with fuks

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Examples of "fuks"
A formalization of the above informal relationships is given by Fuks duality. Though the link to Fuks duality seems to lead nowhere, the link in the References that follow to Eckmann-Hilton duality leads to an explanation of the phrase.
The calculations for coefficients in formula_19 can be found in Fuks' paper.
Příběh kriminálního rady is a Czech novel by Ladislav Fuks. It was first published in 1971.
Pan Theodor Mundstock is a Czech psychological novel by Ladislav Fuks. It was first published in 1963.
Myši Natálie Mooshabrové is a Czech psychological novel by Ladislav Fuks. It was first published in 1970.
He has participated in master classes with Menuhin, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Mauricio Fuks, György Pauk, Maya Glezarova, Zvi Zeitlin, Abram Stern, and Maxim Vengerov.
She took part in master classes given by Mincho Minchev, Ifrah Neaman, Isabel Vilá, Lorand Fenives, Clara Flieder, Mauricio Fuks, Ruggiero Ricci, Ferenc Rados and Walter Levin.
Marian Fuks (his first name often rendered Marjan; 1884–1935) was a Polish photographer, photojournalist and film-maker, one of pioneers of newsreel production and modern montage techniques.
The Kac determinant formula was stated by V. Kac (1978), and its first published proof was given by Feigin and Fuks (1984).
The first incidence of GAPO syndrome was reported by Anderson and Pindborg in 1947. Another case wasn't recorded until 1978 by Fuks "et al."
Follesø studied with Soon-Mi Chung and Stephan Barratt-Due at the Barratt Due Music Institute, and with Mauricio Fuks at Indiana University.
The Cremator () is a 1969 Czechoslovak horror comedy/drama film directed by Juraj Herz, based on a novel by Ladislav Fuks. The screenplay was written by Herz and Fuks. The film was selected as the Czechoslovakian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 42nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee. In 1972, it won the Festival de Cine de Sitges Best Film award, where it also received awards for its star Rudolf Hrušínský and cinematographer Stanislav Milota.
Marian Fuks (born 28 September 1914) is a Polish historian specializing in the history of Polish Jews in Warsaw. He has been a director of the Jewish Historical Institute in the years 1968-1969 and 1971-1973.
Suzon Fuks (born 1959) is an intermedia artist, choreographer and director exploring the integration and interaction of dance and moving image through performance, screen, installation and online work. She is the founder of the Waterwheel interactive performance platform.
The portrait of President Emiliano Chamoro Vargas appears in the novel "Spalovač mrtvol", written by Czech novelist Ladislav Fuks and published in 1967, and in the film adaptation Spalovač mrtvol, directed by Juraj Herz and released in 1969.
Ladislav Fuks (September 24, 1923, Prague – August 19, 1994, Prague) was a Czech novelist. He focused mainly on psychological novels, portraying the despair and suffering of people under German occupation of Czechoslovakia.
Wsród nocnej ciszy is a Polish motion picture directed by Tadeusz Chmielewski and released in 1978. The screenplay, by Chmielewski, is based on the 1971 novel Příběh kriminálního rady by Ladislav Fuks.
A standard work is the "Corpus Papyrorum Judaicarum" of Victor Tcherikover and Alexander Fuks (Cambridge, Mass. Vol.I 1957, II 1960, III ed. Menahem Stern 1964) which is largely of Greek language papyri but includes examples of Hebrew and Aramaic papyri from Israel, Jordan, and Egypt.
Milena Žic-Fuchs (Croatian pronunciation: [milena ʒit͡s fuks]; born 10 August 1954) is a Croatian linguist and full member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts. She formerly served as the Croatian Minister of Science and Technology in the cabinet of Zlatko Mateša from February 1999 to January 2000.
Waterwheel is an "interactive and collaborative platform", capable of being used as a medium for sharing media and ideas, performances and presentations. It allows users to upload and engage with media, and provides a platform through which the media can be utilised and expanded on in a live performance. Waterwheel was instigated by Suzon Fuks.