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Schmidt

(shmit),
Carl F., U.S. pharmacologist, 1893-1988. See: Kety-Schmidt method.

Schmidt

(shmit),
Gerhard, 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Schmidt-Thannhauser method.

Schmidt

(shmit),
Henry D., U.S. anatomist and pathologist, 1823-1888. See: Schmidt-Lanterman clefts, Schmidt-Lanterman incisures.

Schmidt

(shmit),
Johann F.M., German laryngologist, 1838-1907. See: Schmidt syndrome.

Schmidt

(shmit),
Martin Benno, German physician, 1863-1949. See: Schmidt syndrome.
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Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are the only company executives who own more stock than Schmidt.
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After dropping out of the University of California, Irvine, after just one year, Schmidt played on a California-based mini pro tour for four or five years, becoming its leading money winner, until something unthinkable hit him: a heart attack.
It was a good time to have a lifestyle change and be in more control of our time," Schmidt said.
Schmidt pitched four shutout innings Saturday against the Angels, but ran completely out of gas after retiring the first twobatters in the fifth.
In a 2003 study, for example, Schmidt and his collaborators measured baroreflex over 24 hours by using a marker called heart-rate turbulence.
Writing versus Thinking--Even the teachers who wrote lesson plans tended to simply note some sketchy ideas, rather than use the planning processes that Schmidt had shown them in their pedagogy class.
In response to his winning the award, Rick Schmidt sent us "our promotions for 2005, which have been tremendously successful this first quarter.
The author used the term "Muslim Americans" and "American Muslims" interchangeably, which gives the reader the idea that Schmidt has not made up her mind whether to emphasize the nationality or the religion.
Ironically, Schmidt had been looking for a catalyst that would strip hydrogen from plain old gasoline, but the ethanol turned out to work even better.