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Dick

(dik),
George Frederick, U.S. internist, 1881-1967. See: Dick method, Dick test, Dick test toxin.

Dick

(dik),
Gladys R.H., U.S. internist, 1881-1963. See: Dick method, Dick test, Dick test toxin.
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For the SEC, they are pretty specific about how information is produced, and it's something companies and certainly IT professionals are pretty adept at following," Dicke said.
It is sometimes labelled as traditional or product and trade mark formatting to distinguish it from a form that made a later appearance, although several writers see no real distinction between the two (Blair and Lafontaine, 2005; Dicke, 1982; Felstad, 1990).
Through previous positions with CBRE and Newmark Grubb Night Frank, Dicke has served clients like RREEF, Principal Real Estate Investors and The Hampshire Companies.
Left - Boro's new Riverside Stadium under construction in 1995 Far left -1940s Boro player Dicke Robinson in action
ARD boasts the three most-watched series: The long-running weekly crime-drama skein "Tatort," which regularly reaches an and of more than 8 million Viewers on average; medical drama "In aller Freundschaft," which revolves around the staff of a Leipzig hospital; and "Der Dicke," about an unconventional Hamburg attorney who's always looking out for the little guy.
This is an exciting time for Crown Equipment as we expand our global network of Crown Lift Trucks retail operations," said Jim Dicke III, president of Crown.
The radiometer is equipped with an on-chip square-law detector and with an input Dicke switch for the receiver calibration.
By 2020, you will be buying insects in supermarkets," Professor Marcel Dicke, a Wageningen University expert in insect cultivation and eating, told Wired last year.
Dentro de los mecanismos de defensa inducida, se encuentra la produccion de compuestos como proteinas relacionadas con patogenesis (PR) con actividad antimicrobiana (Van Poecke y Dicke, 2004), inhibidores de proteinasas que afectan insectos (Howe, 2004), produccion de sustancias volatiles que atraen parasitoides y predatores (Heil y Ton, 2007; Van Bel y Gaupels, 2004; Frost et al.
La planta, al ser atacada por insectos y acaros libera sustancias quimicas que atraen a depredadores, por ejemplo, el Salicilato de Metilo (SM) es comunmente liberado por las plantas al ser estas infestadas y es a su vez un atrayente para depredadores (DeBoer & Dicke 2004, citado por Lee 2010), tal es el caso de Phaseolus lunatus que al ser infestada por Tetranychus urticae Koch libera, entre otros compuestos, SM, los cuales atraen al depredador Phytoseiulus persimilis Athias-Henriot (Dicke et al.
The volume is edited by Ott, a professor of political science and public affairs at the University of Utah, and Dicke, a professor of public administration at the University of North Texas.