Donders

Don·ders

(don'dĕrz),
Franz C., Dutch ophthalmologist, 1818-1889. See: Donders law, Donders pressure, space of Donders.
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-- It runs: -- Vondervotteimittis -- Vonder, lege Donder -- Votteimittis, quasi und Bleitziz- Bleitziz obsol: -- pro Blitzen." This derivative, to say the truth, is still countenanced by some traces of the electric fluid evident on the summit of the steeple of the House of the Town-Council.
Asli Ozyurek is director of Multimodal Language and Cognition lab at the Center for Language Studies, board member of Language in Interaction Gravitation Consortium and Donders Center for Cognition, Brain and Behaviour of Radboud University.
He was succeeded by Fr Joseph Donders, who taught philosophy at the UoN while doubling up as the Catholic chaplain of the same institution.
[6] Franciscus Cornelis Donders was first to systematically measure human RT using a telegraph-like device discovered by Charles Wheatstone.
Kroes, of the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition, and Behaviour at Radboud University in Nijmegen, wrote in a 2013 study published in Science Direct.
Various studies show that European documentaries are remarkably dependent on public broadcasting (Debrett, 2007; Livemont, Donders, & Pauwels, 2017; Sorensen, 2014; Vinuela, 2018; Zoellner, 2009), which has also become increasingly under pressure.
Te Brake L, Dian S, Ganiem AR, Ruesen C, Burger D, Donders R et al.