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Fritz A., German-U.S. biochemist in the U.S. and Nobel laureate, 1899-1986. See: Warburg-Lipmann-Dickens-Horecker shunt.
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The current thinking among researchers is that age 50 is a useful cut point (Cohen 1999; Crane and Warnes 2001; Crane, Warnes, and Fu 2006; Rota-Bartelink and Lipmann 2007; McDonald, Dergal, and Cleghorn 2007; McDonald et al.
With the help of Peter Lipmann, Whistler's Mother can be seen holding the 'Tootsie' ankle boot embellished with roccia leather and speckled piping, instead of a hankerchief.
Two years ago, Anthony Lipmann, the Anglican son of an Auschwitz survivor, marked Holocaust Memorial Day as follows: "When on 27 January I take my mother's arm--tattoo number A-25466--I will think not just of the crematoria and the cattle trucks but of Darfur, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Jenin, Fallujah.
However, the classical theories based on Lipmann pressures and DEP-type polarization theory pre-assumes a dielectric polarization .
The research that has been done on older people and homelessness (Kavanagh 1997; Lipmann 1999) has paid little attention to the impact of the changing nature of the welfare state and the housing market and its contribution to housing marginality.
Ora Limor and Israel Jacob Yuval reconstruct several intellectual settings for the fifteenth-century Hebrew polemic, Sefer Hanizzahon, in which Rabbi Yom-Tov Lipmann Muhlhausen addresses philosophical arguments to Jewish doubters, as well as to Christian opponents.
One of America's most celebrated columnists, Walter Lipmann, argued against this approach.
See Yom Toy Lipmann (Leopold) Zunz, Die Gottesdienstlichen Vortrage der Juden historisch entwickelt (Hebrew translation by M.