Hermansky

Her·man·sky

(hār-mon'skē),
Frantisek, 20th-century Czech physician. See: Hermansky-Pudlak syndrome.
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The Perceptual Linear Prediction (PLP) model is developed by Hermansky.
CREW: C Hollis--Skipper, M Bishop, T Christmas, S Ewens, G Freret, G Jackson, J Rhodes, N Brennan, N Besag, D Brown, T Grigalis, K Hall, M Holingsworth, J Ma din, M Murphy, M Pigram, N Reynolds, U Stroh, 0 Sims, J Hermansky, 0 Watts, V Nicolls
Hermansky and Nataliya Rymer have joined the Business Immigration and Compliance Group in the Philadelphia office.
Pilot Andy Hermansky hovered 200ft above him in a specialised high-altitude helicopter and lowered a basket.
Mr O'Sullivan hauled himself in and dangled below the aircraft as Hermansky eased it down the mountain at about 1,000ft a minute in an effort to prevent him suffering more frostbite.
WORCESTER - Lingyang Wang hovered by her scientific poster, which hung by chains from the ceiling of Abbott Bioresearch Center's cafeteria, and took occasional sips of iced tea as she explained the experiments she has conducted on mice and what they might mean for the rare genetic disease Hermansky Pudlak Syndrome.
O'Sullivan, 40, was at 19,500 feet when he was rescued on Thursday by helicopter pilot Andy Hermansky.
Albinism: Ocular and Oculocutaneous Albinism and Hermansky Pudlak Syndrome (Richard A.