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Helmut P.G., German physician, *1900. See: Seckel dwarfism, Seckel syndrome.
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That was just classic redfish," Seckel said of the fish's foraging behavior.
Her behaviour can be difficult too, which I was told is another classic sign of Seckel Syndrome.
Burchell and Kentucky Legal Services attorney Seckel had to make the case that KEAP did not require additional funds, but a reorganization of the existing budget.
3 or 4 Anjou or Bosc pears, peeled and cored, or 6 whole Seckel pears, pealed 1 1/2 cups water 3/4 cup frozen raspberry juice concentrate 2-3 Tablespoons Grand Marnier or 1 Tablespoon finely chopped orange zest Lemon soy yogurt (optional)
Red D'Anjou, Comice, Seckel, Forelle and some newer varieties like Concorde and Taylor's Gold make up the remaining 5 percent.
Even if you only have a vague idea of what you want to do year's from now, feel flee to discuss this early," says Seckel.
Katheryn Seckel is a planner in the planning department and works on a variety of sanitation and transportation planning projects.
Kissick, MD, DrPH, George Seckel Pepper Professor of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, said.
Wassermann takes as his point of departure the concept of shadow matter, a form of "dark matter" postulated to exist by superstring theorists Kolb, Seckel, and Turner (1985).
Seckel, 1972) explained variation in Hawaii CPUE based on the proximity of the north edge of the CCE or NEC as measured by sea surface temperature and salinity in Hawaii, but these models eventually failed to provide good predictions when the north edge of the current passed north of the islands (Skillman(12)).
Common or European pear trees yield varieties such as Bartlett, Anjou, Bosc, Hardy, Seckel and Winter Nelis, Oriental pears have been crossed with the common pear to give sweeter, less gritty pears and this cross-breeding has produced the popular varieties Kieffer and LeConte.