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Geister

 [gīs´ter]
Janet M. (1885–1964). American nursing writer, editor, researcher, and consultant. As a field worker for the U.S. Children's Bureau, she conducted surveys of infant and maternal mortality in Chicago, Montana, and Kentucky. During World War I she made one of the first studies of children's day care centers and helped develop a mobile clinic to bring health care to isolated rural areas. She also conducted studies of nursing education, visiting nursing, and hospitals for the National Organization for Public Health Nursing and was active in a number of professional organizations.
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Geister J (1977) The influence of wave exposure on the ecological zonation of Caribbean coral reefs Proceedings of the 3rd International Coral Reef Symposum, USA, pp 23-29
Also present are a Miocene and Pleistocene calcareous sequence on San Andres Island, and volcanic rocks on the Providencia and Santa Catalina Islands (Hubach, 1956; Geister, 1992).
Indeed, the title page of the German play--Comcedia von Fortunato und Seinem Seckel und Wunschhutlein / Darinnen Erstlich Drey Verstorbenen Seelen als Geister / Darnach die Tugendt und Schande Eingefuhret Werden (Comedy of Fortunatus and His Purse and Wishing-Hat, in Which First Three Dead Souls as Spirits Appear, and Afterwards Virtue and Shame)--advertises their role.
Geister was impressed with the convention but not impressed that the compulsory Registration Act was not strongly enforced.
According to Debra Geister, senior vice president, AML/Bank Secrecy Act at MetaBank, the institution will leverage the Actimize single platform approach and will add additional Actimize fraud solutions later this year to complete the organization's enterprise view of financial crime risk.
Immer wieder werden mich thatige Geister verlocken': Alma Mahler-Werfels Briefe an Alban Berg und seine Frau.
An almost mythical element is brought to the story through the compelling paintings of historic illustrator David Geister.
Detractors of the Geister & Thompson article took issue with some of the analysis methods, and tended to defend IPLV/NPLV at least as a simple comparison tool similar to US EPA gas mileage ratings for automobiles.
Ein Buch fur freie Geister, editada por Giorgio Colli y Mazzino Montinari, Munich/Berlin, Alemania, Verlag de Gruyter.
Even more extraordinary, it is reported that Hans Geister of Germany turned up without his shorts and had to turn to a colleague in the stands for a spare set.
1) Se sugiere su audicion Geister Trio para violin, violonchelo y piano en Re Mayor op.