Hammerschlag

Ham·mer·schlag

(hahm'ĕr-shlahg),
Albert, Austrian physician, 1863-1935. See: Hammerschlag method.
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Countries that have invested in strong protection of national symbols have seen population rebound and conservation success,' reveals Neil Hammerschlag, research assistant professor at the Department of Marine Ecosystems and Society, University of Miami, and co-author of the study.
5] Hammerschlag R, Levin M, McCraty R, Bat N, Ives JA, Lutgendorf SK, Oschman J.
Gallagher & Neil Hammerschlag, Global Shark Currency: The Distribution, Frequency, and Economic Value of Shark Ecotourism, 14.
Hammerschlag is chief of community mental health at the Gesundheit
If a ceremony is contemplated, sources for guidance are available for content and process (Farmer, 2002; Hammerschlag & Silverman, 1997; Immer-Black & Roberts, 1992; Paladin, 1991).
Research Assistant Professor Neil Hammerschlag is quick to point out that he's not opposed to recreational shark fishing.
See Sarah Hammerschlag, The Figural Jew: Politics and Identity in Postwar French Thought (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010), 12-15.
The extended finale brought a mysterious, magical opening ripple on harp, church bell chimes from off stage, brilliantly precise playing on stage, and Graham Johns on his handcrafted Hammerschlag, wielding the giant hammer with such force he must surely have gone home with a giant cuddly toy.
at 72; Roel Hammerschlag, Ethanol's Energy Return on Investment: A Survey of the Literature 1990-Present, 40 ENVTL.
Fallows C, Gallagher AJ, Hammerschlag N (2013) White sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) scavenging on whales and its potential role in further shaping the ecology of an apex predator.