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kludge

and kluge (klədʒ and kludʒ)
1. n. a patch or a fix in a computer program or circuit. This is a messy kludge, but it will do the job.
2. tv. to patch or fix a computer program circuit. I only have time to kludge this problem.

kluge

verb
See kludge
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Ihr Beitrag eignet sich als Einstieg in die wissenschaftliche Befassung mit Brinkmann, Kluge und Handke und kann als Standortbestimmung der einschlagigen gegenwartigen Forschung gelten, die von zukunftigen Arbeiten zu berucksichtigen sein wird.
Friedman recognized the contributions of Kluge and Moses to PVCC's viticulture program, and stated, "Their passion for the wine industry was felt throughout Virginia, and their early support was instrumental to the success of PVCC's viticulture program.
In good dialectical fashion, Kluge's output, then appears as an "attempt to reconcile these two divergent impulses by combining Brecht's revolutionary didacticism with Adorno's skepticism" (17), and the chapter on Kluge is correspondingly the richest and most convincing section of Pavsek's book.
2007) and "crumpled" by Kluge (2007), but our specimens did not necessarily presented twisted or crumpled spines.
Kluge gave credit to Williams' contribution in the statement he released on the Pilla appointment.
Kluge returned to Detroit from Chicago in 1999 to work alongside her father, MBPA and MFBA Founder Edward Deeb.
Her 45-room home and vineyard in Virginia - part of her divorce settlement from Kluge - have been put on the open market.
Haniel examines its portfolio regularly and without having any taboos, Haniel's CEO Juergen Kluge told the magazine.
Eva Rey (Silvia Viruboff, protagonista de la historia, cuyas secuelas del gas son diferentes a los demas: sufre de insomnio y despierta suena una realidad muy vivida que tiene lugar en un pueblo del interior donde esta su esposo Gauna, Lorenzo Quinteros) y Ariel Kluge (Eusebio Poncela, un rehabilitado que duda de su pasado como entregador de opositores), protagonistas principales de este historia, son los que deciden confrontarse con el pasado, una cierta pulsion los empuja a salir, a saltar el cerco en el que estan atrapados.
He was replaced by Juergen Kluge who will assume his position on 1 January 2010.
Kluge (behavioral science, Emory University) and Williams (history, University of Illinois, Chicago) discuss this inability to categorize Holocaust literature in their introduction.
Kluge is a journalist nonfiction author writer-in-residence at Ohio's Kenyon College and the author of seven novels includ-ing Eddie and the Cruisers.
Eleanor Burnham (left) receives her hamper at Erddig Hall from the Trust's Jamie Watson and Erika Kluge
Cora Lee Kluge wishes to revive interest in this once thriving discourse, which she presents as unjustly forgotten and physically disappearing, as periodicals vanish and archives deteriorate.
Professor Peter Brown, 73, originally from Dublin, and Indian historian Romila Thapar have been chosen as co-recipients of the EUR1million John W Kluge Prize, an American award for the study of humanities.