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Gell

(gel),
Philip G.H., 20th-century British immunologist. See: Gell and Coombs reactions.
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As to the composer's later contacts, Gellen believes that, even if Brahms seems to have had a positive opinion about Erno Dohnanyi's C-minor Piano Quintet, the much-quoted sentence-"I could not have done that better myself"--probably never left his mouth.
Expanding on the sociological inquiries of his introduction, Gellen does a good job in spotting the similarities among the backgrounds of diverse Hungarian personalities with whom Brahms had close relationships.
Karen Gellen, foreign desk bureau chief of the Guardian also allegedly was refused a draft copy of the rules.
Arguing that responsibility is at the heart of what it is to be human, Robinson explores a distinctive view of responsibility offered by the Turkish Islamic leader and scholar Fethullah GEllen, who is influenced by both orthodox Islam and the Sufi tradition.
Originally built in 1985, 200 West Adams is 91 percent leased to tenants including the GSA, BMO Harris and Lowis & Gellen. The lobby retail space is leased to Starbucks, Walgreens and Au Bon Pain.
Looking back, I also marvel at the sheer excellence of the editorial staff provided for me by the Duke German Studies Program, chaired by Bill Donahue: the dynamic and inventive Assistant Editors Christophe Fricker and Kata Gellen; and the seriously committed Editorial Assistants Kristen Kramer, Johanna Schuster-Craig, and Lynda Nyota.
All the flasks were sealed with removable cotton and incubated in an orbital shaker (Gellen Kamp, England) at 28 degC at an operating speed of 120 rpm for 15 days.
See Karen Gellen, "Calm Before the Storm," Guardian, July 2, 1980.
(1) Der Essay entstand im Rahmen eines Seminars von Dieter Martin an der Universitat Freiburg und wurde bis zur Publikation von Kata Gellen betreut.
(1) For their thoughtful and timely feedback on this piece, I am grateful to Deniz Gokturk, Emre Can Sertoz, Claire Kramsch, Ahmet Gurata, Kata Gellen, and the participants in my honors seminar on multilingualism at Bilkent University in Spring 2010.
Kata Gellen, has succinct and penetrating comments, appended immediately after my own.