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Lip·mann

(lip'man),
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.
4) Walter Lipmann, Public Opinion, (New York: Harcourt, 1922).
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.
Sin embargo, mientras Valle ha creado un "juguete" escenico luminoso, mas acorde con el espiritu erasmiano y cervantino, Pirandello ha optado por un escenario sombrio, siendo fiel a la funcion que segun Lipmann tenia la metateatralidad en la comedia clasica, en donde era percibida como "a reflection on the theatricalization of life as a symptom of sophisticated disillusionment" (Lipmann 241).
the testimonials of Dianna Ortiz [survivor] and Tony Lagourains [interrogator] or the sermons of Fleming Rutledge, Ellen Lipmann, and Yahya Hendi) complement the more scholarly contributions.
Siguiendo los planteamientos de Stern y Lipmann, se habia generalizado la idea de que la escuela, el maestro, con la observacion sistematica de sus alumnos, podian ayudar a los profesionales de la orientacion profesional aportando informacion de <<aquellos signos caracteristicos del escolar que pueden dar idea de su personalidad mental, fisica y moral, en relacion con la funcion social que debe realizar el dia de mananas>>.
Las distintas interpretaciones sobre la ejemplaridad del Celoso extremeno coinciden en resaltar el misterio esencial con que se cierra la obra y la evidente necesidad de que el lector complete con su propia lectura el mensaje de la novela (Forcione, 1982; Lipmann, 1986; Williamson, 1990 y Molho, 1990).
1) Para Walter Lipmann, el estereotipo es la unidad de medida de la opinion publica.
As Heaton says, in the 20th-century view of journalism, Walter Lipmann (considered the father of 20th century journalism) had faith in the elite, whereas Heaton has faith in the people.
Instead Tortoise makes its premiere on the radio, produced by his widow Maureen Lipmann.
3) Albert Szent-Gyorgi, "In Search of Simplicity and Generalizations (50 years Poaching in Science)" in Current Aspects of Biochemical Energetics, Fritz Lipmann dedicatory volume, ed.