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Spatz

(shpahts),
Hugo, German neurologist and psychiatrist, 1888-1969. See: Hallervorden-Spatz disease, Hallervorden-Spatz syndrome.
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MyCheck was founded in 2011 by Erez Spatz, Tal Zvi Nathanel, Asaf Wertheimer and Shlomit Kugler.
Benjamin Spatz | NYT Syndicate LIBERIANS recently propelled George Weah, a former soccer star, to the presidency, but as he is sworn in on Monday to replace Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, he will inherit the problem that stymied her progress against corruption: a political system based on coercion and bribery.
Part 4, "Documenting Bodies in Motion," includes: Ben Spatz, "What do we Document?
Johannes Spatz, EVP Industrial Business, Panasonic Automotive & Industrial Systems Europe comments: "Panasonic has developed high efficiency, compact GaN power devices with low heat generation suitable for different applications such as power supplies, HEV/EV and PV inverters and many others.
Richardson Properties LLC, led by Keith Richardson, purchased 69 acres from Verona Belle Spatz and her namesake charitable remainder unitrust.
Research has found that students are graduating from their programs with limited or no breastfeeding knowledge, which can have a profound effect on their ability to provide breastfeeding support (Ahmed, Bantz, & Richardson, 2011; Bozette & Posner, 2012; Spatz & Pugh, 2007).
Lastly we have some good old-fashioned history, telling the stories of memorable fans (Hilda Chester by Rob Edelman), performances (Brian Marshall), personalities (Colonel Ruppert and Miller Huggins by Lyle Spatz and Steve Steinberg), icons (Babe Ruth from two angles, by John McMurray and Michael Haupert, Connie Mack by Norman Macht), and seasons (1951 Hazard, Kentucky, by Sam Zygner).
Other building spaces named for donors include the Riva Spatz Women's Wall of Honour, located in a garden setting just outside the centre.
Speakers included Zhenan Bao of Stanford University, Jean-Francois Lutz of Institut Charles Sadron, Benoit Marsan of Universite du Quebec a Montreal and Joachim Spatz of the University of Heidelberg.
The first chapter on the history of consumer and patient health librarianship by Michele Spatz immediately makes the point that the rise in availability of consumer health information is "intertwined in the history of medicine itself" (p.
DISCUSSION: Hallervorden Spatz syndrome encompasses several disorders which share the clinical features of progressive extrapyramidal dysfunction and dementia with pathological triad of iron deposition, axonal spheroids and gliosis in the globus pallidum.
Editor and author Lyle Spatz caught the moment and the significance.