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(feld'bĕrg),
Wilhelm, British physiologist, 1900-1993. See: Dale-Feldberg law.
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The George Washington Institute for Religious Freedom's Feldberg attributes this to the fact that Ezekiel never wanted to be known as a "Jewish artist."
Inez often rebels against her parents' wishes and associates with older men (Feldberg and Ton).
Although the cichlid cytogenetics suggests that the ancestral karyotype (2n = 48 ST/A) could have undergone major changes (pericentric inversions, fusions, fissions and chromosomal translocations) in the macro-structure of the South American species (FELDBERG et al., 2003, POLETTO et al., 2010).
Feldberg are vocalist Rsa Birgitta Isfeld and Einar T|nsber so we caught up with Einar to find out what's cooking.
Feldberg, the defending champion of the Eugene Celebration Tournament and the No.
1983, Feldberg y Bertollo 1984, 1985a, b, Salas y Boza 1991, Martins et al.
Feldberg Professor of Art, Wellesley College) is an impressively illustrated and informative history of Danish artists and their works reflecting and influencing the European art world and included the artistic movements known as Classicism, Romanticism, Impressionism, and Symbolism.
He borrows from Cohen & Feldberg (1991) and adopts four of their five moral standards as the basis for this unified theory (FitzPatrick 2006, online).
of Graz, Austria) summarize the early work in biochemical signaling by Otto Loewi (1873-1961), Henry Hallet Dale (1875-1968), and Wilhelm Feldberg (d.1993) by way of introducing articles by and about them.
Maurie Feldberg, senior vice president of Kokua Care, faced a different health- insurance issue.
One view about police gratuities that has acquired the status of ethical dogma is that their acceptance violates policing's "democratic ethos." This position was first expressed in 1985 by Michael Feldberg, (1) and has become one of the least-contested arguments against police gratuities.