Duhring


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Duh·ring

(dū'ring),
Louis A., U.S. dermatologist, 1845-1913. See: Duhring disease.
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The library, which was the original dining room for the hotel, was renovated in 1906 by the firm Duhring, Okie & Ziegler, who also performed several other restorations at Chestnut Hill Academy, including exterior entranceways and the Epiphany Chapel, which remain important architectural and historic features of the Inn today.
SAN FRANCISCO--One in 100 people in the United States has celiac disease, and 25% will develop dermatitis herpetiformis Duhring, a cutaneous manifestation of the disease.
Eugen Duhring was a leading German academic who published more than 10 books from the 1860s to the 1880s.
Rose C, Brocker EB, Zillikens D: Clinical, histological and immunopathological findings in 32 patients with dermatitis herpetiformis Duhring.
The Duhring diagram of a conventional absorption cycle is shown in Fig.
In Harrington's telling, Marx was a sophisticated social scientist who tolerated Engels' vulgar Marxism out of loyalty to him and because Engels accepted the disagreeable task of defending Marx/Engels from their critics, especially German Socialist rival Karl Eugen Duhring.
The DTB, like analog talking books, renders the audio in human or synthetic voice; it has been summarized by Thomas Kjellberg Christensen and Margit Duhring (2006) as a set of digital files that includes
Engels, 'Herrn Eugen Duhrings Umwalzung der Wissenschaft (Anti-Duhring)', in K.
He round this terre in a book by Eugen Duhring, where it is a psychological version of a mechanical process.
Examples included The Jewish Question as Racial, Moral and Cultural Question (1881), in which Eugen Duhring insisted that the Jews constituted a unique species incapable of being assimilated into German culture; and Theodor Fritsch, co-founder of the League of Antisemites and author of Handbook of the Jewish Question (1907).
Third, there is the secular positive strand of social economics, represented in the nineteenth century by Antonio Scialoja (1817-1877) and Eugen Duhring (1833-1921).
Schoeps, speak of the pernicious influence exercised by antisemitic pamphleteers (Eugen Duhring in Germany and Edouard Drumont in France) who produced a climate of hate against Jews.