Definition of Rennings
1. renning [n] - See also: renning
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Literary usage of Rennings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Innovation and the Environment by Oecd (2000)
""Strategic Niche Management for Sustainable Mobility", in K. rennings. ... K. rennings and F. Leone (eds.) Innovation-Oriented Environmental Regulation: ..."
2. Sustainable Development: Critical Issues by OECD (2001)
"Cleff, T. and K. rennings (19991, "Determinants of Environmental Product and Process ... Hemmelskamp, 1., K. rennings and F. Leone, eds. ..."
3. The Library World (1906)
"There is a good practical article on " The organization of a library in a small town," by Miss Elizabeth D. rennings, which details the process by which ..."
4. A Treatise on the Law of Landlord and Tenant by Charles Harcourt Chambers, William David Evans (1823)
"875. Roe d. Heale p. Rash- Moor. 91. leigh, 3 B. and A. 156. rennings d. (//.' Co. Lilt . 48. b. Bro. ..."
5. The Works of Tacitus by Cornelius Tacitus, Thomas Gordon (1770)
"... ai'in! in Negotiations, and with particular men, without any rennings or doublings, or little artifices. ..."
6. Personal Reminiscences of Samuel Harris by Samuel Harris (1897)
"The next morning I received an order to take my command out on Capitol Hill, about two miles from the Capitol, and about one mile from rennings Bridge. ..."