• Infinitive in the Nibelungenlied 

    Herrnleben, Henry (University of Missouri, 1899)
    The Nibelungenlied, or the Great Middle High German Epic, was written in the form we now have it in the first half of the 13th century, and contains over 8,000 lines written in form-line strophes in Hexameter. Its original ...
  • On the consideration of some special points of the calculus 

    Switzler, Royall Hill (University of Missouri, 1899)
    The subject of this paper is the study of the four problems of: (1) integration of a series term by term; (2) differentiation of a series term by term; (3) reverse of the order of integration in a double integral; (4) ...
  • The process of fertilization in Aspidium and Adiantum 

    Thom, Charles, 1872-1956 (University of Missouri, 1899)
    The investigations of Ikeno, Hirase, Webber, and Shaw have given increased interest and importance to all facts bearing on the process of fertilization in plants. This interest centers on those groups which mark the ...
  • A thesis on the genitive case in Hartmann von Aue's Armer Heinrich 

    Herrnleben, Henry (University of Missouri, 1899)
    The Genitive Case in Mid. High German, as in the other related languages, has been partially traced to adjective origin, denoting by its form the various relations which are now more generally expressed by the derivative ...