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Robert O., 20th-century U.S. pediatric surgeon. See: Hickman catheter.
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Clair Maria Hickmann (2007) destaca que, apesar do clamor social por uma reforma tributaria, o debate fiscal ainda gira em torno da reducao do tamanho da carga, e nao da melhor distribuicao entre as suas bases de incidencia.
Rodrigo Hickmann Klein, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil Mestre e Doutorando em Administracao, Programa de Pos-Graduacao em Administracao Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul E-mail: rodrigo.
In the last years, there has been a shift from traditional teacher-centred teaching (Martinez Lirola, 2007; Morales Vallejo, 2008) towards student-centred teaching approaches (Cavazotte, Moreno, & Hickmann, 2012; MacCann, Lipnevich, & Roberts, 2012), which allow students to be active in the teaching-learning process and to construct new knowledge.
Fillmore 1968; Brugman 1981; Langacker 1982; Talmy 1982; Talmy 1983; Vandeloise 1984; Langacker 1987; Choi and Bowerman 1991; Vandeloise 1991; Vandeloise 1994; Talmy 2000a; Talmy 2000b; Hickmann and Robert 2006; Tenbrink 2007).
According to the literature, naive listeners are important because children tend to assume mutual knowledge and omit details when they are telling a story to someone who either told them the story or listened to the story with them (Kail & Hickmann, 1992; Liles, 1985).
Henrique Belmonte Petry (I) Leonardo Andre Schneider (II) Jairo Camargo Silveira Junior (II) Tainara de Moraes Crizel (III) Simone Hickmann Flores (III) Sergio Francisco Schwarz (IV)
Positive blood cultures that were collected through the Hickmann catheter suggested that the portal of entry of the organisms was related to compromised mucosal integrity secondary to the indwelling central line.
Oran, de Vespucio a Hickmann, km 58, II-1940, Schreiter 108692 (SI).