Redlich

Red·lich

(red'lik),
Emil, Austrian neurologist, 1866-1930. See: Obersteiner-Redlich line, Obersteiner-Redlich zone.
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Before that he was a partner at the well regarded Australian firm Holding Redlich, said the company in a statement.
Prior to that, he was a partner at Australian firm Holding Redlich.
Prior to that Scott was a partner at the well regarded Australian firm Holding Redlich, said the company in a statement.
After a locksmith opened the suitcase, researchers at the museum traced it back to the Redlich family, a household of two parents and their two sons, Peter and Gunther, who fled Hamburg in 1938 for Amsterdam.
In this study, the parameters of Freundlich, Langmuir, Redlich Peterson and Jossens et al.
We know a good deal about the genesis of the article and the author's purposes from the contents of Maitland's published letters, especially those written to Josef Redlich (1869-1936), an Austrian constitutional scholar and statesman who Maitland knew and admired.
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Warren Redlich contends the commonly-used checkpoints violate drivers' constitutional rights.
There have been no arrests, as we are presently looking for evidence in the investigation and are searching for things like storage media and bank remittance slips," Berlin Police Spokesman Stefan Redlich told NBC News.
Redlich and Peterson introduced the three parameters to the isotherm for represent adsorption equilibriums in a wide range of concentrations (Perez, et al, 2007).