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Emil A. von, German bacteriologist and Nobel laureate, 1854-1917. See: Behring law.

Behring's law

Parenteral administration of serum from an immunised person will protect a nonimmunised person against a particular disease, which was described by Emil Adolf von Behring (1854–1917).
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said the presence of the ships in the Bering Sea was designed to send a message.
In the eastern Bering Sea, pubescent-primiparous females reside in shallower water and mate 1-3 months (February to March) earlier than multiparous females (Somerton, 1982; Ernst et al.
The ship left the country's southern port city of Busan on July 10 for the Bering Sea to catch pollack.
Kim from Sajo said the ship left for the Bering Sea from Busan, South Korea, on July 10 for the Bering Sea to catch pollock, a winter delicacy in South Korea.
The Yellow Irish Lord ranges from the northern Kuril Islands and Kamchatka to the eastern Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands, south to the Gulf of Alaska (Allen and Smith 1988).
No one has managed to cross the Bering Strait legally even in a boat.
Asi, el que Bering privilegie en la Introduccion la utilidad adaptativa de las creencias sobrenaturales es lo que le permite diferenciarse nitidamente desde el principio frente a los otros defensores actuales del ateismo.
Atheist Bering is offering to evangelical scholarship the notion that our brain is built with a proclivity to be receptive to things divine.
Working with subsistence whale hunters, we tagged bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus) with satellite-linked transmitters and documented their movements in the Bering Sea during two winters.
HAPPY MEMORIES Death of one of France's premier sires aged 28 ALEC HEAD'S decision to repatriate Bering from Walmac International in Kentucky to France in 1993 was vindicated many times over.