Fleisch


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Fleisch

(flīsh),
Alfred, Swiss physician and physiologist, 1892-1973. See: Fleisch pneumotachograph.
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The match of the night was an all-British affair, which saw veteran high flyer "The Phoenix" Jody Fleisch team with another acrobatic stalwart, El Ligero.
Axel Fleisch and Rhiannon Stephens (editors), Doing Conceptual History in Africa.
Gansel writes that the only German her Jewish Hungarian father knew was the phrase "Du bist ein stuck fleisch mit zwei augen": You are a piece of meat with two eyes.
The design of this study was a particular strength, says Abby Fleisch, a pediatric specialist at the Maine Medical Center Research Institute who was not involved in the work.
Das mythische Nessushemd, das das Fleisch seines Tragers verbrennt, scheint uber das Bewusstein des Ich gestulpt" (fourth unnumbered page of the afterword).
Elgar Fleisch provided a simple definition: "The basic idea of the IOT is that virtually every physical thing in this world can also become a computer that is connected to the internet".
Am wenigsten Fleisch konsumieren Frauen in urbanen Regionen, die sensibler gegenuber der Lebensmittelqualitat sind.
Theo Fleisch from Gas Conversion Solutions will give a review of mini-GTL technology providers and discuss the challenges and opportunities with flared gas feedstocks.
This transition path is typically described as taking place in stages, with each stage offering different potentials for differentiation (see, for example, Matthyssens and Vandenbempt 2010; Gebauer, Bravo-Sanchez, and Fleisch 2008; Matthyssens and Vandenbempt 2008; Penttinen and Palmer 2007; Oliva and Kallenberg 2003; More 2001).
The Racing 92 lock has claimed most of the squad are waking at around 5am and says he thinks it maybe because of the altitude and the searing heat that has prevailed in Fleisch.