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Pa·schen

(pah'shen),
Enrique, German pathologist, 1860-1936. See: Paschen bodies.
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Pasch helped develop, best reflected the clinical severity of nail psoriasis (J Am Acad Dermatol.
Pasch and Wilson continue to dedicate their time on the Juvenile Advocacy Project by providing representation to children though age 18 in juvenile court, family court, and probate court.
Pasch is founder and director of the New Media Department at the university.
The final text of Nostra aetate, therefore, was intended to convey, in the words of Cardinal Giacomo Lercaro of Bologna, that "only an eschatological turn of events will bring [Jews and Christians] to the common messianic meal of the eternal Pasch.
Korver JE, Langewouters AM, Van De Kerkhof PC, Pasch MC.
Por ejemplo, en 1882, Pasch establecio como norma apoyar los argumentos matematicos exclusivamente en los axiomas y en la logica.
In South Ogden, Keller Williams broker Wyndell Pasch specializes in foreclosures and short sales.
Among psychological problems, perceived social support consistently found to have association with depression (Casey-Cannon, Pasch, Tschann, andamp; Flores, 2006; Malik, 2002; Ong andamp; Ward, 2005; Zlotnick, Shea, Pilkonis, Elkin, andamp; Ryan, 1996), self-esteem (Brooks, 1992; Davis, 1993; McNicholas, 2002), well-being (Pahl, 2003), drug abuse (Beitchman, Adlaf, Atkinson, Douglas, Massak, andamp; Kenaszchuk, 2005) as well as perceptions of happiness and success in life (King, Cathers, Miller, Polgar, MacKinnon, andamp; Havens, 2000), and adjustment (Pakenham, Chiu, Bursnall, andamp; Cannon, 2007).
Unfortunately, however, for current liturgical and spiritual enrichment, they are deeply embedded in trenchant anti-Judaic polemics, thus giving rise to an ambivalence similar to that evoked by Melito of Sardis's On the Pasch (both emerged from a fading Quartodeciman liturgical environment).