Lowenberg

Lö·wen·berg

(lŏr'vĕn-berg),
Benjamin B., French laryngologist, 1836-1905. See: Löwenberg canal, Löwenberg forceps, Löwenberg scala.
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Tim Lowenberg, who currently serves as a WGU Washington board member.
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Marc Lowenberg, a New York City-based cosmetic dentist said that it was probably the most harmless natural remedy.
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International sanctions, an instrument of foreign policy, are increasingly used to constrain countries (Kaempfer and Lowenberg, 2007).
But cosmetic dentist Marc Lowenberg of Lowenberg, Lituchy & Kantor in New York City says Crest Whitening Strips Professional Effects provide "superior results.
Other research reports no significant correlations (Cohen and Lowenberg, 1990).
The Chair of the Board, Professor Bob Lowenberg, MD
It was a delight to be involved in the selection of such an excellent portfolio of research," says Professor Bob Lowenberg MD, PhD, chairman of the joint International Scientific Advisory Board.