Weitbrecht

Weit·brecht

(vīt'brĕkt),
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Imbibition occurs during the phase I (PI) of germination, which is characterised by a fast water influx (BEWLEY, 1997; WEITBRECHT et al.
28) Andreas Weitbrecht, Mergers in an Economic Crisis--EU Merger Control 2008/2009, 7 EUR.
As Kligler-Vilenchik, McVeigh-Schultz, Weitbrecht, and Tokuhama (2012) suggest, fan communities are based on a shared media experience, a sense of togetherness, and an urge to change and improve the world.
14) Dorothee Weitbrecht, Ermgiehtigung zur Vernichtung: Die Einsatzgruppen in Polen im Herbst 1939 [Authorization for Annihilation: The Action Groups in Poland in Autumn 1939], in GENESIS DES GENOZIDS: POLEN 1939-1941 [GENESIS OF GENOCIDE: POLAND 1939-1941], at 57 (Klaus-Michael Mallmann & Bogdan Musial eds.
But it's virtually impossible to draft rules that are sufficiently clear and practical and at the same time eliminate all conduct that could somehow be construed as 'capable' of distorting markets by reducing or removing competitive uncertainties," says Andreas Weitbrecht, co-chair of Latham & Watkins' global antitrust and competition practice.
Weitbrecht (eds), The Changing Contours of German Industrial Relations, Hampp, Munich and Mering, pp.
Bay, Javier Ruiz Calzado & Andreas Weitbrecht, Judicial Review in EU Merger Control: Recent Developments, EUR.
The original description of the trapeziometacarpal (TM) ligaments dates back to Weitbrecht in 1742.
The acoustical modem coupler device was invented in 1964 by a deaf physicist named Robert Weitbrecht.
Publication gravure, flexographic printing, special gravure division: Florian Weitbrecht, sales manager; Dr.
Weitbrecht, in EUROPAISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT FUR WIRTSCHAFFSRECHT 69 (2003).
In addition, delightful panels of genre scenes were created at the Royal Wurtemberg foundry in Wasseralfingen, to designs by Georg Weitbrecht and Christian Plock.