Flatau

Fla·tau

(flah'tow),
Edward, Polish neurologist, 1869-1932. See: Flatau law.
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Flatau, "Discrete-dipole approximation for periodic targets: theory and tests," Journal of the Optical Society of America A: Optics and Image Science, and Vision, vol.
Flatau, "Energy-based hysteresis model for magnetostrictive transducers," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, vol.
This is in contrast to Jali et al (8) and Flatau E et al (9) who reported that diabetes was more prevalent in men than in women.
The Seminar, which will be conducted by Tom Flatau will shed light on topics such as thinking outside the box, creative opportunity discovery, and generation of ideas using simple yet effective techniques.
The seminar, to be conducted by Tom Flatau, will focus on avoiding the pitfalls of negotiations.
Flatau, Die Entwicklung der Leichtathletikvereine: Eine Kritische empirische Analyse zur "Krise der Leichtathletik", Sportverl.
Note that the paper by Jens Flatau and Eike Emrich was presented at the III ESEA conference held in Prague in 2012.
Howard, P., Hampshire, A., Butcher, J., Saggers, S., Flatau, P., Marchant, T., Campton, J.,Taouk, Y.
Salmonella may have the ability to employ additional genetic mechanisms to respond to environmental stressors and hence have the ability to survive stressors more effectively than other microorganisms (Munro, Flatau, Clement, & Gauthier, 1995).
Les oeuvres representatives de cette icone de l'art singulier sont exposees jusqu'au 24 mars 2013 a la Maison des Arts de la ville de Chatillon (11, rue de Bagneux-92320 Chatillon), et ce dans le cadre de la collection de Ceres Franco [beaucoup moins que] Desirs bruts[beaucoup plus grand que] aux cotes d'une pleiade d'artistes de renom: Philipe Aini, Haude Bernabe, Rebecca Campeau, Louis Chabaud, Pepe Donate, Joanna Flatau, Danielle Le Bricquir, Michel Macreau, Mao To Lai, Simone Picciotto, Marcel Pouget, Robert Rey, Jean Rustin, Flavio Shiro, Yvon Taillandier, Michel Tyszblat et bien d'autres encore.
But while former US President John F Kennedy may have taken the view that we should "never fear to negotiate", UK-based expert Tom Flatau says most of us have a lot to be afraid of given our bartering skills.
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