Braasch

Braasch

(brahsh),
William F., U.S. urologist, 1878-1975. See: Braasch bulb, Braasch catheter.
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William Braasch Watson asserts Hemingway moved from being an
Nereida Braasch, vice president and branch administrator, Savings Institute Bank & Trust, said, 'We're excited to have Beth on the Lisbon team once again.
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Garretson, SD, July 14, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Braasch Biotech LLC, a leader in the field of anti-hormone vaccine technologies and applications, announced the issue of a new European Patent in the company's Somatovac[R] vaccine portfolio.
For the first time, though, the county's director of environmental quality, Paul Braasch, says the EPA is holding out on the release of information.
Braasch [10], the error source algorithms that computes the observed pseudorange was established, the SA (Selective Availability) data was analyzed in detail and the ARMA model was finally given.
Braasch, "GNSS multipath mitigation using gated and high resolution correlator concepts," in Proceedings of the 1999 National Technical Meeting of The Institute of Navigation, pp.
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In 1999, Gary Braasch, an Oregon-based environmental photographer, began his World View of Global Warming project by photographing a number of glaciers in Europe and North America and comparing them to old photographs--some taken nearly a century earlier--from the same viewpoint.
Two new species of Bungona, belonging to the subgenera Chopralla Waltz & McCafferty, 1987 and Centroptella Braasch & Soldan, 1980, are described based on larvae from Kalimantan (Borneo, Indonesia).
Although three rounds of WGD are recognized (Meyer and Schartl, 1999; Donoghue and Purnell, 2005; Finn and Kristoffersen, 2007; Braasch et al., 2008; Van de Peer et al., 2009), the timing of the second round near the base of vertebrate evolution remains uncertain (Kuraku et al., 2009).
(125.) For more on Jacob Philippe d'Orrville (1657-1727), member of an influential banking family with Huguenot origins, see Ernst-Otto Braasch, "Die Hugenottenfamilie d'Orville.