Menge


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Men·ge

(men'gĕ),
Karl, German gynecologist, 1864-1945. See: Menge pessary.
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We've never been, so we thought we'd come out today to watch the parade," mother Alicia Menge said.
Nonhuman animal bones unearthed in the new dig indicate that Mata Menge hominids lived in a river valley dominated by grasslands.
Menge, a general surgeon at Pelonomi Hospital in Bloemfontein, said the biggest change to the easily and widely abused current setup will be a standardised protocol across provinces with line managers being held directly responsible for ensuring consultants work their minimum 56 hours per week (40 hours plus 16 hours of paid overtime).
It fell to Drinkhall to clinch the match for England when he beat Menge 3-1.
Dayton 1971, Menge 1983, Robles and Robb 1993, Navarrete and Menge 1996).
The research was done in a well-studied rocky intertidal community on the Oregon coast (see Farrell 1991, Menge 1992, Menge et al.
Menge in Pensacola, and the accolades keep rolling in.
Roberta Lucille "Lucy" Smith Menge Delany of Eugene died Dec.
With the score at 2-1, Drinkhall beat Menge 11-1 in the decider to clinch the match.
Ancient hominid settlers of the island--either large-bodied Homo erectus or a smaller species in our evolutionary family--lived at that site, called Mata Menge, and passed on their toolmaking techniques to later generations, the scientists propose.
Diese neue Sorte enthalt eine erhohte Menge des Stoffes Sulphoraphane und kann der Halfte der Bevolkerung helfen, der ein Gen fehlt, das dafur sorgt, dass der Korper diesen pflanzlichen Stoff nutzen kann, so Professor Richard Mithen, Wissenschaftler am IFT und Leiter des Projekts.
Of central interest to ecologists is the relative importance of biotic interactions (predation and competition) and abiotic factors, such as disturbance, in structuring communities (Menge and Sutherland 1976, 1987, Menge and Farrell 1989).