Estlander

Est·land·er

(est'lahn-dĕr),
Jakob A., Finnish surgeon, 1831-1881. See: Estlander flap.
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The nobility thus was divided into Estlander, Livlander and Kurlander (and even Oselaner, as the island of Saaremaa [Germ.
[26.] Leino T., Estlander T., Kanerva L.: Occupational allergic dermatoses in hairdressers.
12 Kanerva L, Lauerma A, Estlander T, Alanko K, HenriksEckerman ML, Jolanki R.
The Opalesque 2013 Nordic Roundtable was sponsored by Estlander & Partners, Eurex and Taussig Capital and took place in September 12th in Stockholm with:
(13.) Pinola A, Estlander T, Jolanki R, Tarvainen K, Kanerva L: Occupational allergic contact dermatitis due to coconut diethanolamide (cocamide DEA).
In Abhandlungen uber auslandische Forscher der marischen Sprache, sei es nun uber den Ungarn Odon Beke, den Estlander Ferdinand Johann Wiedemann oder uber sein grosses Idol Paul Ariste, war es ihm sehr wichtig hervorzuheben, dass man auch in anderen Landern uber die marische Sprache und Kultur Kenntnis hatte und diese dort erforschte.
[6.] Jolanki R, Kanerva L, Estlander T, Tarvainen K, Keskinen H and ML Henriks-Eckermaninitials Occupational dermatoses from epoxy resin compounds.
El colgajo de Estlander se utiliza para reconstruir la comisura con parte del labio inferior y el tercio externo del labio superior ipsilateral, el empleo de este colgajo requiere revisiones para agudizar la comisura.
Kanerva L, Estlander T, Jolanki R, Henriks-Eckerman M-L.
A number of the references in the psychology literature considered expectancy outcomes to be closely related to optimism (Harkapaa, Jarvikoski, & Estlander, 1996; Scheier & Carver, 1987; Scheier, Matthews, Owens, & Magovern, 1989).
Estlander's Bidrag till den provencaliska litteraturens historia, and a 1984 Japanese translation by Fujio Sugzy of Mistral's 1906 memoirs, Moun Espelido, as well as a remarkable series of studies of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Provencal botanists, and a book glorying in the title of La Chameauchee des rois mages--a "chameauchee" being like a chevauchee in which the horses are replaced by camels.