Burchard


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(bŭrk'hahrd),
H., 19th-century German chemist. See: Liebermann-Burchard reaction, Liebermann-Burchard test.
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CONTRIBUTING EDITOR BURCHARD IS ONE OF THE WORLDS'S LEADING HIGH-PERFORMANCE COACHES AND ONE OF THE MOST WATCHED, FOLLOWED AND QUOTED PERSONAL-DEVELOPMENT TRAINERS.
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Compound 2 was isolated as colorless crystalline solid, which showed positive Liebermann Burchard test for triterpene.
Accordingly, the model focuses on meeting clients--children with behavioral challenges and their families--where they "are" as the starting point for healthcare practice, and then "wrapping around" them the healthcare services needed to facilitate their growth and development (holistic care) in a more positive direction (Burchard, Bruns, & Burchard, 2002).
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This means all those studies on the quality of our instruments (Barnes & Burchard, 2011) and on the impact of our systematic assessment procedures (Barry & Finney, 2009) on the validity of our inferences needed to become common place.
The slight increase was the first in the county's employment rate since May 2015, said Will Burchard, an economist with the Employment Department.
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In the 11th and 12th centuries, canon law as we know it today, a separate set of laws that apply to the Universal Church, started to develop through scholars, such as Burchard, Ivo and Gratian.