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(kŭm'ĕr),
William E., Canadian dentist, 1879-1942. See: Cummer classification, Cummer guideline.
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Studies on evening bat roosting ecology have indicated colony sizes of two to over 300 bals in southern Indiana and Missouri (Watkins and Shump, 1981; Whitaker and Cummer, 2003; Duchamp et al, 2004; Boxles and Robbins, 2006), an average of 11-100 bats in South Carolina and Georgia (Menzel, et al., 2001 ; Miles et al., 2006), and 57-68 bats in Michigan (Kurta et al., 2005; Munzer, 2008).
(62) The expropriation will allow for the construction of a new 800-student all-girls high school at 500 Cummer Avenue.
Cummer, "Compact dielectric particles as a building block for low-loss magnetic metamaterials," Physical Review Letters, vol.
[1] and Leonhardt [2], and the subsequent porting of the concept to acoustics by Cummer and Schurig [3], the design of acoustic metamaterials based on coordinate transformations has one of the most effervescent areas of research worldwide.
Cummer's Kennedy's, Applegate's, Neurohr, Bailyn, Wild, Skinner,7 Kennedy's classification are most commonly used and widely accepted because they provide immediate visualization.
Steve Cummer (Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University) said 'we show the exact same control over a sound wave as people have previously achieved with light waves.
Mandy, 45, bought Simba, whose full name is Kil Cummer Simba The Lion Heart, two years ago, for her son Jack.
To solve what scientists call the cocktail party problem, Duke University electrical engineer Steven Cummer and colleagues built a pizza pie-sized disk (illustrated below) that was divided into 36 wedges and imprinted with centimeters-high hexagonal cells.