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Men·del

(men'dĕl),

Men·del

(men'dĕl),
Kurt, German neurologist, 1874-1946. See: Mendel instep reflex, Bechterew-Mendel reflex.
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But Mendel, acting on the recommendation of a colleague, tested an unfamiliar method: dry-ice blasting with the i3 MicroClean from Cold Jet, Loveland, Ohio (coldjet.
Mendel told the committee about another such case: "After I started working at Rambam, we moved to Kfar Shmaryahu.
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Although they are too busy trying to fight and survive to think deeply about their losses, Mendel, who Levi described as an alter ego, dwells on his.
The business will operate as Mendel Biological Solutions and will continue to be based in Hayward, Calif, Koch said.
This is my kind of weather,'' added Mendel, a smartly dressed bespectacled man with a thick French accent.
The "Ghostbusters" star also pointed out that Mendel "was a monk who just sort of figured this stuff out on his own.
The experiments were made in a sequential order, in order to achieve goals, to confirm hypotheses, which lead to repeat experiments, to establish new goals and in short, to build on a theory based on certainty, and someone stated that the success was because Mendel included his mathematical skills in order to decipher the mystery of inheritance [16].
Mendel to continue with their ongoing success," said David Levy, principal of Adams & Co.
Mendel said that Honda has no plans to compensate owners of the 2012 Civic, and that he has only heard from a few customers upset that they bought a car that was upgraded so soon.
Yet just as any slick of oil contains a patch of rainbow, the Mendel gallery's aim is to add some playfulness and beauty to an otherwise ugly situation.