Bracht

Bracht

(brahkt),
Erich Franz, German obstetrician and gynecologist, 1882-1969. See: Bracht maneuver.

Bracht

(brahkt),
E., 20th-century German pathologist. See: Bracht-Wächter lesion.
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Bracht was five minutes behind, while third fell to another German Felix Schumann, who was eight minutes off the lead.
Take for example the family bathroom, bath with invisible jets, a wet room shower area with Dorn Bracht rain shower and Kohler carved stone basin and walnut van-LED television and recessed down lighting and LED tile lights.
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These concepts are frequently applied to health and health promotion generally, but they also can be important in thinking about prevention of specific diseases including cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease (Carlaw, Mittlemark, Bracht, and Luepker, 1984; Farquhar et al.
Authors: Stephen Bracht, Aghavni Ball and Lisa Salerno; sbracht@nmt.
van Bracht, he generated the now rare 63 page monograph, The Origins of New York, which analysed a rare map and picture of "Nieuw Amsterdam", from the Vingboons collection.
Diese hat jedoch so heterogene Werke hervorge bracht, dass sich eine umfassende Darstellung zugleich mit Christoph Willibald Gluck und Carl Maria von Weber, Johann Friedrich Reichardt und Robert Schumann, Joseph Haydn und E.
With Timo Bracht as the team's captain, together with five additional top and up-and-coming triathletes, the full team is already in place.
Natalie Bracht, 33, fled her home in Sunderland on May 17 this year, four days before her children were due to be taken into care.
Ms Bracht had moved to the North East in 2006 with her daughters from Germany.
Last week police released a picture of Natalie Bracht, 35, and her daughters, in a fresh appeal for information.
Natalie Bracht left her Sunderland home on May 17 with her daughters Indira, Naima, Elinour, Manjuh and Naomi, aged five to 13, after learning they might be taken into care.