Beigel's disease

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Beigel's disease

(1) Trichomycosis pubis, trichomycosis axillaris.
(2) White piedra.
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Beigel says: 'The 1mm thickness of the lines we were drawing corresponded to 100m.
An alternative explanation that I heard from a member of the Beigel family holds that Jewish merchants from Krakow who traveled the countryside to sell their wares needed to take food with them to keep kosher on the road.
90) See Shore & Beigel, supra note 85, at 116 (comparing the benefits of private special care providers with HMOs, which aim to reduce costs, centralize decisionmaking, and strain confidentiality).
Sharfstein, "Third-Party Payers: To Pay or Not to Pay," American Journal of Psychiatry 135 (1978): 1185-88; Allen Beigel and Steven S.
When discussing the importance of independence on behalf of rehabilitation facilities, Van Doren, Smith and Beigel (1986) aptly stated, "properly used, marketing helps to sharpen the social service direction so that everybody wins" (p.
Managing the execution of marketing campaigns in a complex sales channel environment can be extremely challenging," said Jerry Beigel, President, Standard Register Commercial Markets.
Douglas Beigel is Chief Executive Officer, COLA, Inc.
Peek will help you improve your online shop's navigation and help you optimize the user experience to increase conversions and customer satisfaction," said Natalie Beigel, marketing specialist at PrestaShop.
It's a great solution for new product launches…" Sharon Beigel, Brand Manager, Tempo Beverages.
With this feather in his Tyrolean cap, he came to London, working for Michael Hopkins and Florian Beigel before returning to his home town of Innsbruck (AR October 2003).
For other examples, see Asch & Ubel, 1997; Mohl, 1996; Shore & Beigel, 1996).
Research by Percell, Berwick and Beigel (1974) indicates that as individuals become more assertive, manifest anxiety decreases, while self-confidence (Gay, Hollandsworth & Galassi, 1975), personal adjustment (Galassi & Galassi, 1974), appropriate expression of anger (Doyle & Briggio, 1981), and acceptance of disability (Morgan & Leung, 1980) increase.