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Beh·ring

(bār'ing),
Emil A. von, German bacteriologist and Nobel laureate, 1854-1917. See: Behring law.

Behring's law

Parenteral administration of serum from an immunised person will protect a nonimmunised person against a particular disease, which was described by Emil Adolf von Behring (1854–1917).
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Excelling in pocket yachts and go-anywhere expeditions and trawlers, Bering Yachts will get you where you require to go although sipping on the fuel.
said the presence of the ships in the Bering Sea was designed to send a message.
Whether commercial-size MM males in the eastern Bering Sea undergo a seasonal inshore migration for the purpose of mating is unknown.
The works of Bering, Bloom (2004), Boyer (1994, 2001), Guthrie (1993), and Barrett (2004) can be classified as the naturalistic approach, though there are disagreements among these authors.
Jeffrey Bland, the scientific advisor and a principal in the project, is responsible for formulation and development of scientifically appropriate products utilizing these omega-3 ingredients and other bio-actives produced at the Dutch Harbor Bering Select facility.
The ship left the country's southern port city of Busan on July 10 for the Bering Sea to catch pollack.
Kim from Sajo said the ship left for the Bering Sea from Busan, South Korea, on July 10 for the Bering Sea to catch pollock, a winter delicacy in South Korea.
But their attempt at the Bering Strait, which is covered with thick ice most of the year, promises to be the greatest test of their physical and mental strength.
Bering argues that though other animals might express in some degree a theory of mind, humans are "uniquely good at it" (p.
Within three seasons of being installed at his birthplace, Head's Haras du Quesnay in Normandy, Bering had added a Classic winner to his stud record in 2,000 Guineas hero Pennekamp and a Group 1-winning two-year-old in Glorosia to supplement early success that comprised other European Group 1-winning juveniles Peter Davies and Steamer Duck.
He says the city continues to prepare for a possible Bering Sea surge at high tide later in the morning, but so far damage is minimal.
There was not much time left as the Bering Strait is only ice-free for a few weeks of the year.