Payr

Payr

(pīr),
Erwin, German surgeon, 1871-1946. See: Payr clamp, Payr membrane, Payr sign.
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This is because such close relationships can contribute to human-computer interaction, including enhanced interactivity (Trappl, Petta, & Payr, 2001), social participation (Gulz, 2005), adaption to students' feelings (Bichmore, 2003; Bichmore & Picard, 2004), and friendship with computers (Stern, 2002).
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A recent report by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), shows that less than 3% of employees give to charity through payr a oll giving schemes such as Give As You Earn (GAYE).
Erwin Payr of Leipzig (1861-1946) offered a variation to trans-articular suture fixation by using a fascia strip looped through a small hole in the intercondylar notch and tied to the ACL remnant (Payr 1927).
Payr, also in 1908, introduced shunting of CSF from the ventricle into the sagittal sinus and jugular veins using vein grafts (14); and in the same year, Kausch used a rubber conduit to drain the lateral ventricle into the peritoneal cavity.
Table 5 shows the summary statistics of the major variables, and indicates that the minimum values of the PAYR, DYCOM, and DYTOT variables, which are related to dividends, are 0.
In Emotions in Humans and Artifacts, edited by Robert Trappl, Paolo Petta, and Sabine Payr, 11-34.
Un Sepp Payr, herrero, que partio con herramientas a conquistar las pampas en esos veleros que tardaban sesenta dias en cruzar el Atlantico, es devuelto en avion, exiliado, con el nombre de Osvaldo Bayer.
60) "At income levels below $50,000, more than three-quarters of families have payr oll tax bills that exceed their income taxes.
In 1915, Payr was the first to report external VC medialization using a thyroid cartilage flap.
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