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Friedrich, German anatomist, 1803-1890. See: Arnold bundle, Arnold canal, Arnold ganglion, Arnold nerve, Arnold tract, foramen of Arnold.



Arnold, Friedrich

Etymology: German anatomist, 1803-1890
an investigator of structures and functions of the brain and nervous system, including the nerve center of the cough reflex.
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Despite early fame and a prolific career, Friedrich lost ground in his mature years and fell into poverty, becoming the "most solitary of the solitary.
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Married with five grown children, Friedrich enjoys flying, kayaking and reading.
The Friedrich Ebert Foundation was founded in 1925 as a political legacy of Germany's first democratically elected president, Friedrich Ebert.
Still) swatting a fly on TV indicates he's not perfect, and we're happy to say that we wish he hadn't," Friedrich added.
That is my first muscular injury, so I don't really know how to evaluate it," said Friedrich.
Hertha Berlin full-back Friedrich said: "I preferred Turkey because I think they are a better opponent for us.
El gesto propiciado por Friedrich entendemos que posee un significado que va mas alla de la representacion plastica: el hasta entonces considerado protagonista del cuadro--bien fuera como entidad religiosa, literaria y/o historica--quedara situado ahora en el mismo punto de vista de quien mira la obra.
But Friedrich says more than half of the newsroom inquiries remain unanswered since seeking information days ago, while a notice on the Guild Web site today states "that there has not been a consistent explanation of what you should expect if you apply for and decide to accept a buyout.
In a telephone interview with NCR, Gumula rebuffed PETA's charges, denying any inhumane treatment of the chickens, and saying he sees no way to enter into a dialogue with Friedrich.