Hallgren

Hall·gren

(hahl'grĕn),
Bertil, 20th-century Swedish geneticist. See: Hallgren syndrome.
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Eero Suominen of Finland, Frode Solberg of Norway and Jakob Hallgren of Sweden ?
(41.) Strom Holst B, Lofqvist K, Ernholm L, Eld K, Cedersmyg M, Hallgren G.
It is, therefore, largely held that mass media has potential to influence the consumers (Andre, 2009; Gerbner and Gross 1976; Roy, 2013; Shukla, 2013; Soulliere, 2003; Stephanie, 2008; Weimann 2000; Zaheer, 2016a; 2016b) and shape reality (Hallgren, 2012).
Several other factors may influence the use of health care services, especially among older people (Hallgren et al.
In December, Morton Hallgren, co-owner and winemaker for Ravines, will complete the purchase of the vineyard, with Verrill staying on as manager.
Gary Hallgren, Arity's president, said, 'It allows us to rapidly advance the scoring and the availability of telematics for the insurance industry.
Gordon BR, McDowell CP, Hallgren M, Meyer JD, Lyons M, Herring MP.
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Gary Hallgren, president, Arity, said, 'The auto industry is in the midst of a transformational change, and OEMs are working tirelessly to adapt.
First, researchers have commonly showed that a precondition of all lasting improvement in manufacturing capabilities is the improvement in quality performance (e.g., Amoako-Gyampah and Meredith, 2007; Avella et al., 2010; Hallgren et al., 2011; Noble, 1995; Rosenzweig and Roth, 2004; Roth, 1996).
It came as a shock to Roger that someone as well-known as Hallgren would offer such advice, and he initially dismissed it, thinking that Hallgren had made a mistake in judgment.
Hallgren, "Renal excretion of endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography injected contrast a common phenomenon," Investigative Radiology, vol.