Clausen


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Clau·sen

(klaw'sĕn),
J., 20th-century Danish biochemist. See: Dyggve-Melchior-Clausen syndrome.
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Clausen," she said, at the same time, by some transforming alchemy of woman, presenting to the newcomer eyes that showed no hint of moistness.
Clausen accompanied them to the elevator, all smiles, patronage, and beneficence, while the clerks turned their heads to follow Joe's retreating figure.
Clausen asked anxiously, as they waited at the shaft.
Lund and Clausen in the caves of Brazil, are highly interesting facts with respect to the geographical distribution of animals.
The Liebherr LTR 1060 telescopic crawler crane from Swiss crane contractor Clausen has already demonstrated its outstanding off-road capabilities many times.
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com)-- An innovative and functional improvement on a widely used construction accessory, the Clausen Specialty Skid Steer, has been developed by Jeremy Clausen of Clark, South Dakota.
23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Executive Leadership Coach Lorinda Clausen, has written a chapter in a new inspirational book called, " So, What Do You Do?
This is a matter of a very few days before it gets too late," Christian Clausen, president of lobby group the European Banking Federation told Reuters in an interview.
Jimmy Clausen, a former Notre Dame quarterback, caused an uproar by tweeting a photo of a T-shirt sent to him that called the coming Notre Dame vs.
After correctly anticipating Europe won't be ready to implement tougher standards on schedule, Clausen now wants politicians to allow an impact study to measure the economic cost of all the requirements due to be enforced.
The 56-year-old Romanian took over from Umberto Barberis on Sunday, who took over from Nestor Clausen on September 20.