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(fil'ĭp),
Sir Robert W., Scottish physician, 1857-1939. See: Philip glands.
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Filipp says that it isn't on the lantern either, and that it would be better for you to say that you took it and lost it, or else Filipp will have to pay for your prank out of his own pocket," the irritated footman said, becoming increasingly exercised.
The main Molokan community in Los Angeles, led by Filipp Mikhailovich Shubin and Ivan Gur'evich Samarin--the two men who had led the Molokans to immigrate to the United States in the first place--decided to support the registration effort, for they were convinced that the Molokans, as religious pacifists, would not be asked to serve.
Doller PC, Dietrich K, Filipp N, Brockmann S, Dreweck C, Vonthein R, Wagner-Wiening C, Wiedermann A (2002) Cyclosporiasis outbreak in Germany associated with the consumption of salad.
The Global Fund is working with several other potential donor countries, but "no concrete name can be announced at this stage," says Filipp.
This includes above all works by the composers Pavel Josef Vejvanovsky, Johann Heinrich Schmelzer, Heinrich Ignatz Franz Biber and Filipp Jakob Rittler.
For those of us with slimmer wallets there are remarkable bargains: Repin's finely worked pencil and watercolour study of his fiancee Vera Shevtsova, whom he married in 1872, sold for just 6,000 [pounds sterling] at Christie's, London, in November; Filipp Maliavin's washy, colourful impressions of peasant women can be had for around 20,000 [pounds sterling].
Filipp, Atominstitut der Osterreichischen Universitaten Neutron Beta Decay I -- Chair: Geoffrey Greene, University of Tennessee 1:45-2:00 Radiative Corrections for Neutron Decay and Search for New Physics V.
Of course, O'Neill knows all about the skills of such AC stars as Paolo Maldini, Andriy Shevchenko, Filipp Inzaghi and Clarence Seedorf.
FILIPP SAPIENZA is an assistant professor of communication at the University of Colorado-Denver.
Schnittke's sketches of composer Filipp Gershkovich, pianist Sviatoslav Richter, and conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky in the same section are also significant portraits of these artists.
Indeed, the Rosenberg scale has been shown to demonstrate sound psychometric qualities in several languages, including Estonian (Pullmann & Allik, 2000), German (Ferring & Filipp, 1996), Spanish (Banos & Guillen, 2000), and Swedish (Forsman & Johnson, 1996).

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