Huhner

Huh·ner

(hū'nĕr),
Max, U.S. urologist, 1873-1947. See: Huhner test.
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Stung by this criticism, frequent contributors--for example, Leon Huhner, Max J.
For example, Max Huhner wrote in 1937 that, "The absence of any inclination to sexual intercourse [what he termed frigidity] is normal before puberty and in old age.
Speakers and topics included: Clayton Cody (Patient Identification), Tim Moore (Changes in the Healthcare Industry) and Darlene Huhner (Microbiology Update).
Brown's board responded to this gift by voting "That the children of Jews may be admitted into this Institution, and entirely enjoy the freedom of their own religion without any restriction or imposition whatsoever" (Leon Huhner, "Jews in Connection with the Colleges of the Thirteen Original States Prior to 1800," Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society 19 [1910] 115).
GER: Ich jage Huhner [O, PL], die Menschen [DEF, PL] jagen mich.
Mehr als 45 Millionen Huhner mussten getotet werden, was in der Europaischen Union zu einem Engpass bei Geflugelfleisch fuhrte.
89310: Semen analysis; motility and count (not including Huhner test)
This may, in a poem, come out like so: "Wir sind der Hahn und die Henne / Wir sind auch die kleinen Huhnerlein // Und das Ei / Wer ist das Ei / WIR SIND DAS EI / das Dotter aber auch das Eiwei[Beta] // Au[Beta]erdem sind wir der Fuchs / der die Huhner fri[Beta]t // Wir sind aber auch wirklich alles" (We are rooster and hen / we are also the little chickies / And the egg / who is the egg / WE ARE THE EGG / the yolk and the white // And furthermore we are the fox / Who eats the chicken // Really, we are all of it).
von Werlhof, Claudia 1991 "Was Haben die Huhner mit dem Dollar zu Tun?
Table 18 - 60 GHz PTP Radio Vendor Revenues and Market Share Bridgewave, Proxim, Huhner &Suhner, Rayawave, Elva-1, HXI and Others World Market 2009
er ([+ das Kind die Kinder 'the child/children' or -] das Huhn die Huhner 'the hen/hens' umlaut) d.
Leon Huhner in "Asser Levy, A Noted Jewish Burgher of New Amsterdam," Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society 8 (1900): 9-23, argues for a Jamaica origin via Cuba.