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Ba·se·dow

(bahz'e-dō),
Karl A. von, German physician, 1799-1854. See: Basedow disease, Basedow pseudoparaplegia, Jod-Basedow phenomenon, Basedow goiter.
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Lisa Seccamanie, mother of Jespy House client, Annemarie, said that she and her daughter, who is cognitively impaired, met with Karen Basedow, RD, and that, "Karen was able to not only get her points across in a manner which Annie could understand, but she motivated both of us to begin a healthier lifestyle.
Volume 360 in the Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law is written by Jurgen Basedow.
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2000; Al-Kodmany 2001; Basedow and Pundt 2001; Carver 2001; Jankowski and Nyerges 2001; Craig, Harris et al.
The first prominent philanthropist was the German educationalist Johann Bernhard Basedow (1724-1790) who worked at the Danish Academy of Soroe and later in Altona near Hamburg and in Dessau where he founded his own philanthropic school.