Engelmann


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En·gel·mann

(en'gĕl-mahn),
Guido, early 20th-century Czechoslovak surgeon.

En·gel·mann

(en'gĕl-mahn),
Theodor W., German physiologist, 1843-1909. See: Engelmann basal knobs.
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Siegfried Engelmann, Wesley Becker, and Doug Carnine were developing effective teaching strategies and testing them in schools throughout the country.
Questions regarding the survey may be referred to Stacie Engelmann at 816-751-2230 or Sengelmann@lockton.
There is the blue oak of the Sierra Foothills, and Southern California's Engelmann oak.
Today over 95 percent of all cannulas are still made using glue," said Sven Engelmann, Head of Applications and Systems at Ferromatik Milacron.
Karen Engelmann, an American writer and art designer who lived in Sweden for eight years, sets her debut novel in politically charged 18th-century Sweden.
Robert Engelmann, who completed 24 years of active service and retired in August 1992 after serving as Supply Officer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren, Va.
Engelmann, Senior Counsel, McDermott Will & Emery will speak at the Knowledge Congress' webcast entitled: “Understanding the Food and Drug Administration's Guidance on Direct-To-Consumer Television Advertisements.
Director of polymer technology at a German company, Engelmann describes technical parts, packaging, machine and tooling technologies, automation, and semifinished products and materials produced by shaping them under heat.
A serious problem is that constructs like expectancies have more sinister big brothers, like the abstractions of intelligence, creativity, and memory that are not seen in parallel with reinforcement histories and instead become entities disconnected from specific environmental interactions and the learning that results (Ebel, 1974; Grant, 2012; Schlinger, 2003; Watkins, 1990), which foils active efforts to teach the behaviors we call intelligent and creative (Engelmann & Engelmann, 1966).
In this short novel, the war is seen through the eyes of 13-year-old schoolgirl Shujuan, who lives with 15 other classmates in an American church run by US priest Father Engelmann.
Food may not have been the sole reason the sauropods moved," says George Engelmann of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, who was not involved in the study.