Frommel


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(from'ĕl),
Richard, German gynecologist, 1854-1912. See: Chiari-Frommel syndrome.
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The actual rules that guide monetary policies in Poland and other Central European countries have been modeled and tested by Frommel et al.
Rodiger S, Schierack P, Bohm A, Nitschke J, Berger I, Frommel U, et al.
It is well known that many antifungal compounds may also present antileishmanial activity, due to the ability to bind to ergosterol that constitutes the membrane of Leishmania and cell walls of fungus (Gebre-Hiwot and Frommel 1993; Paila et al.
Rijser is quick to acknowledge and express appreciation to great scholars from whom he has learned and borrowed, including Christoph Frommel, John Shearman, Ingrid Rowland and Bram Kempers.
9) For the Villa Lame, see Fritz-Eugen Keller, 'Bemerkungen zur villa suburbana des Baldassare Turini (Villa Lante)', in Christoph Frommel and Matthias Winner (eds), Raffaello a Roma, II convegno di 1983, Rome, 1986, pp.
Frommel, der im Handbuch fur Gynakologie abgedruckt ist; siehe Storm, Samtliche Werke, Band 3: Novellen, Quellen zu Bekenntnis, 1035-36.
Others have used proprietary datasets from commercial banks (Savaser, 2006, and Frommel, Mende, and Menkhoff, 2008).
Wells' path will see him tackle qualifier Benjamin Frommel but then he will need a huge performance to progress probably up against world No 16 Mark King.
Moving finally to the song volume of Gerhard Frommel (1906-1984), we encounter a fascinating body of work in a highly individual style that is difficult to categorize but veers between the harmonically simple and the highly chromatic.
Frommel covers the years 1418 to 1580 and divides his subject into groups based on architects (Brunelleschi, Alberti, Michelangelo), on architects and their schools, e.