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(pän′dər), Christian Heinrich 1794-1865.
Russian-born German anatomist and pioneer embryologist. With Karl Ernst von Baer he discovered the distinct structural layers of the chick embryo.
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Pander in fact developed a bad-boy reputation in Portland art circles after a 1969 exhibition at Portland State University that was blasted as pornographic, complaints that reached even the office of then-Gov.
In the event, the visitors did not need any help from Robinson for their second as Pander finished off an intricate three-pass move by belting what proved to be the winner into the top corner.
40: Christian Pander crashes winner into the top corner from 25 yards.
Then from another set-piece, Pander delivered to his club colleague, who despite being unmarked fluffed a free header.
Asian student Dean Velani, 18, accused the Tory leader of 'shambolic opportunism to pander to Middle England'.
Politicians," says Roberts, "including President Bush, pander to illegals even more shamelessly than they pander to monied special interest groups.
we can rest assured that the artist will not pander to the kind of ambassadorial, multilingual do-goodism that has crippled Pavilion installatio ns of the past.
The union began contacting National Steel's lenders and creditors "to inform them of severe consequences if National's executives pander to AK Steel's inability to negotiate a modern, progressive labor agreement," according to Gerard.
We're in the process of contacting National Steel's lenders and creditors to inform them of severe consequences if National's executives pander to AK Steel's inability to negotiate a modern, progressive labor agreement," said USWA President Leo W.
And where can you go for advice that doesn't pander to you because of your age or creep you out like your high school guindance counselor does?
The Red Cross missed an opportunity to educate the public and instead chose to pander to the imaginary fears of the public.