Bennhold

Benn·hold

(ben'hōld),
H., 20th-century German physician. See: Bennhold Congo red stain.

Bennhold's stain

The first method for demostrating amyloid in tissue; the currently preferred methods include Highman's Congo red, alkaline Congo red and the high pH Congo red techniques.
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(19) Katrin Bennhold, "Leaders of Turkey and Israel Clash at Davos Panel", The New York Times, 29 January 2009, http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/30/world/europe/30clash.html (Accessed on 8 September 2017).
"('Spiegelgate' is) one of Germany's biggest postwar journalism scandals, potentially spanning seven years and many dozens of articles," Katrin Bennhold of the New York Times wrote.
(147) Katrin Bennhold, Steven Erlanger, & Ceylan Yegnisu,
(532) Katrin Bennhold, Where Would We Be if Women Ran Wall Street?, N.Y.
Therefore, the young generation, labeled the "Erasmus generation" (Bennhold, 2005; Wilson, 2011), embraces individuals who experience mostly the benefits of the European Union, particularly free movement through student mobility programs.
Katrin Bennhold has been named the Berlin bureau chief for The New York Times.
(6.) See Katrin Bennhold, Britain's Ministry of Nudges, N.Y.
Reporter Katrin Bennhold said he was speaking just months after Labour MP Jo Cox was stabbed and shot to death.
While Britain seems divided, the European Union appears united (Erlanger, Bennhold, & Castle, 2017).
See also Katrin Bennhold, "Empathy and Angst in a German City Transformed by Refugees," New York Times, 11 September 2015.
(22.) Katrin Bennhold, "France Uses Money, Not Manacles, for Deportation," International Herald Tribune, December 20, 2006, http://www.iht.eom/articles/2006/12/20/news/migr.de.php.