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Heis·ter

(hīs'tĕr),
Lorenz, German anatomist, 1683-1758. See: Heister diverticulum, Heister valve.
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92 St Quercus robur (Pedunculate oak), Heister, 125 to 150 cm
Heister House Millworks, Pleasant Mills, PA, has been manufacturing mouldings and millwork since 1988.
La bola adiposa fue mencionada por primera vez como un elemento anatomico por Heister (1732), y descrita por Bichat en 1802.
Based on a concept Matthias Heister introduced in the 1960s and Heinz Lothar Grob developed in the 1980s, the concept is well-suited for appraising different kinds of investment projects.
Lorenz Heister, Professor of Surgery and Botany at the University of Helmstadt in the Duchy of Brunswick and author of a brilliant textbook of surgery, must be given the credit for the first description of the appendix as the site of acute inflammation.
Hilscher A, Heister K, Siewert C, Knicker K (2009) Mineralization and structural changes during the initial phases of microbial degradation of pyrogenic plant residues in soil.
Major Themes Prominent Papers 1 Recommender Systems Bridge and Ferguson 2002; and Diversity Doyle and Cunningham, 2000; Goker and Thompson 2000; McGinty and Smyth 2003; McSherry 2003; Mougouie, Richter, and Bergmann 2003; Smyth and McClave 2001 2 Case-Base Aha and Breslow 1997; Heister Maintenance and Wilke 1998; Munoz-Avila 1999; Portinale, Torasso, and Tavano 1999; Racine and Yang 1997; Reinartz, Iglezakis, and Roth-Berghofer 2000; Smyth 2000; Smyth and McKenna 1998; Surma and Tyburcy 1998 3 Case Retrieval Cunningham, Doyle, and Loughrey 2003; Doyle et al.
Two features of the dyad were assessed: shared affect and goal-directed partnership (see Egeland & Heister, 1993, for more detailed definitions of all codes).
I've done removals where there is an investigation, but I've never done one where there's an upcoming trial," said Dan Heister of the EPA's Emergency Response Unit in Portland, the on-scene coordinator who is heading the cleanup efforts and whose territory covers Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Alaska.
Gels are inherently safer than liquids because they don't leak, said Stephen Heister, Purdue University professor of aeronautics and astronautics.
Heister, Johannes, Patrick Karani, Kerri Poore, Chandra Shekhar Sinha and Rolf Selrod.