Habermann

Ha·ber·mann

(hah'bĕr-mahn),
R., German dermatologist, 1884-1941. See: Mucha-Habermann disease.
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some partners have resisted the term and described the support they provide as a natural part of marriage; Habermann, 2000); nonetheless, the role of primary support provider to a chronically ill patient does tend to be filled by his or her partner.
We believe that Explain Everything holds great potential as it expands in the K-12 education system, especially across North America, Europe, and Australia," said Jan Habermann, Partner at Credo Ventures.
Issa N, Amer H, Dean PG, Kremers WK, Kudva YC, Rostambeigi N, Cosio FG, Larson TS, Habermann TM, Stegall MD, Griffin MD.
Moore will take office as the fifth dean, succeeding Randal E Bryant, who visited the Qatar campus in 2012 as a speaker in the A Nico Habermann Distinguished Lecture Series in Computer Science.
Grutzmann R, Molnar B, Pilarsky C, Habermann JK, Schlag PM, Saeger HD, et al.
David Cook, Jeffrey Thompson, Elizabeth Habermann, Sue Visscher, William Bertschinger, Joseph Dearani, Veronique Roger, and Bijan Borah, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, "Disruption of the Solution Shop as a Hospital Organizational Structure: Outcomes, Cost, and Cultural Change: A Mayo Clinic Case Study"
Some (see Staples, 2006) explain it as the logical offspring of the Western drive to develop the world after colonization and World War II; others (for example, Habermann & de Fontgalland, 1978; Jayaweera & Amunugama, 1987) position it as a regional (mainly Asian) reply to modernization.
Habermann H, Seo R, Cieslak J, Niederberger C, Prins GS, Ross L.
Both A/S ratio, used by Gonzalo and Habermann (2002), and A/V ratio, applied by Hegger et al.
Hermann Habermann, Ethics, Confidentiality, and Data Dissemination, 22
Previously marketed as the Tornado 5-in-1, the Ultra Pepper Spray System will now sport the familiar Ruger logo due to a recent licensing agreement, according to Sven Habermann, Tornado Personal Defense Systems president.