Wepfer

Wep·fer

(vĕp'fĕr),
Johann J., 1620-1695. See: Wepfer glands.
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Wepfer, "Ruptured pancreatic pseudocyst: extension into the thigh," American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.
Wepfer, "Formulation of a load-prediction algorithm for a large commercial-building," ASHRAE Transactions, vol.
Graz, 1957); Hans-Ulrich Wepfer, 'Aus der Geschichte der Bodenseefischerei', Schriften des Vereins fur die Geschichte des Bodensees und seiner Umgebung 99/100 (1981/82): 145-164.
For example, general self-efficacy reduced perceived stress (Nedeljkovic, Wepfer, Ausfeld-Hafter, Wirtz, & Streitberger, 2013).
Joshua Woolley and Margaret Ege purchased the house from Charles and Ginger Wepfer.
The Johann Jacob Wepfer award 2011," Cerebrovascular Diseases, vol.
In particular, it is widely known that the current harmonics generated by the use of traditional power converters can seriously affect the fuel cell integrity (Haynes and Wepfer 2001).
These changes noted by scholars such as Thomas Willis and Jakob Wepfer led to medical interventions.
In 1668, Johann Jakob Wepfer proposes that stroke may be caused by a broken blood vessel in the brain.
The Group currently has nearly 20 aircraft based in Russia and the CIS, under its four European AOCEoe1/4aos (Switzerland, Denmark, Germany, United Kingdom) according to Marcel Wepfer, ExecuJet Director Aircraft Management.
According to Hayes, Wepfer and the other graduate coordinators are the engines that drive the university's minority initiatives.
Wepfer, RUAG, Sensor Systems, Switzerland; and "Advanced jamming and spoofing techniques in the SAT space," Joachim Stamm, Plath Group, Germany.