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Pa·schen

(pah'shen),
Enrique, German pathologist, 1860-1936. See: Paschen bodies.
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PASCH is committed to creating an "international prayer network" of concerned partners dedicated to the elimination of domestic and Sexual abuse in Christian homes.
What makes a great performance is how rapidly males can repeat notes while maintaining a large range of frequencies of each note," noted Pasch.
Zaugg M, Lucchinetti E, Spahn DR, Pasch T, Garcia C, Schaub MC.
These moments of exchange appear to have been already singled out as special moments in the fuller Jewish covenant meals of the Pasch and of the Sabbath.
Other Classic winners: Hurry On (1916 St Leger), Manna (1925 2,000 Guineas), Coronach (1926 St Leger), Cameronian (1931 2,000 Guineas), Four Course (1931 1,000 Guineas), Pasch (1938 2,000 Guineas), Commotion (1941 Oaks), Big Game (1942 2,000 Guineas), Sun Chariot (1942 1,000 Guineas, Oaks, St Leger), Tudor Minstrel (1947 2,000 Guineas)
Pasch, DKI, Germany (SEC and other chromatography techniques); G.
Stuart Pasch (18) founding member of KSB and the only boy who has sung on all seven continents, named his favorite moment: "Just being there and singing on my seventh continent
For example, part 1 of the Treatise on the Passover argues Origen's consistent rejection of the then-prevailing Christian identification of Pasch with the Passion of Christ.
Casutt M, Seifert B, Pasch T, Schmid ER, Turina MI, Spahn DR.