Frankenhauser

Frank·en·häu·ser

(frahngk'en-hoy'zĕr),
Ferdinand, German gynecologist, 1832-1894. See: Frankenhäuser ganglion.
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(241) The petitioner sought access to the sensitive but unclassified information in the record, arguing "that because IEEPA provides for ex parte and in camera judicial review of classified portions of the record in a challenge to a designation under the Act, he [was] therefore entitled to the non-classified portions of the record, including privileged and [sensitive but unclassified] materials." (242) The court rejected that request, explaining that a petitioner's access to privileged but unclassified materials is "determined by a ten-factor balancing test" set forth in Frankenhauser v.
Giving the Frankenhauser shot into the pelvis with women who have had sexual abuse can also promote some great emotional releases.
I walked into the kitchen and picked up a paper bag, went upstairs and stuffed my nightgown and a toothbrush into it, walked out and went to Mary Ann Frankenhauser's house.
In: Frankenhauser M, Lundberg U, Chesney M, editors.
These include Jochen Homann of the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Dr Clemens von Goetze, Director-General for Foreign Affairs at the Office of the Federal President, Dagmar Freitag, Chair of the Parliament's Sports Committee, Herbert Frankenhauser, Deputy Chairman of the Budget Committee, Michael Glos and Gunter Gloser, members of the Foreign Affairs Committee and Michael Hennrich, member of the Health Committee and Ambassador of Germany to the UAE Nikolai von Schoepff.
During his visit, the President of the Federal Republic of Germany was accompanied by his wife and an official delegation comprised some members of the German parliament, they are; Dagmar Freitag, Chairperson of the Parliament Sports Committee, Herbert Frankenhauser, Deputy Chairman of the Budget Committee, Michael Glos and Gunter Gloser, members of the Foreign Affairs Committee and Michael Hennrich, member of the Health Committee.
The changing gender roles in organisations have resulted in a convergence of attitudes to the demands of work situations not only for men, but also of women (Frankenhauser 1994).
In other words, racial identification with the idealized physique, as reinforced by peer pressure, may leave White identifying men especially vulnerable to the risks of body shame, fear of being evaluated and rejected, body dissatisfaction or adopting extreme measures to match normative assumptions about an idealized physique with own their own eating and body behaviours (Kozak, Roberts & Frankenhauser, 2009).
These nerves are disrupted in Frankenhauser's plexus during the parametrial dissection of radical hysterectomy and lie clearly within the radiation treatment field.
Fossil winged fruits are commonly preserved together with fossil leaves and other debris in Cenozoic lake and pond deposits (e.g., Burnham, 1995; Wilde & Frankenhauser, 1998; Manchester, 2001).
Likewise, preserving Frankenhauser's plexus and its associated nerves may explain consistently better sexual outcomes after LSH, although the mechanism for this phenomenon deserves more study.