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E., 20th-century U.S. histologist. See: Padykula-Herman stain for myosin ATPase.
See: Padykula-Herman stain for myosin ATPase.
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Not only did Herman earn a degree in biology at Wheaton, he gained a love for the technical and physiological aspects of the sport of swimming that made him want a coaching position.
Born and raised in Cambridge, England, Herman cites his Filipina mother (a health care matron hailing originally from Leyte and Cebu), and his English father (a sociology professor of Lithuanian-German descent), as pivotal influencers in developing his musical passions, which have led him into a thriving music career.
Soon, though, mysterious packages start to arrive for Herman and the bear transforms the campsite into an adventure playground to keep his little friend entertained.
The complaint against Herman was filed in federal court in Newark.
AAC board member Bob Tucker praised Lampo's transitional leadership and said Herman demonstrates the "aesthetic, personal and managerial attributes" the center was seeking.
In chapter 3, on situatedness, Herman draws upon and develops information from four disciplines.
Turkish State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc was present during Erdogan's meeting with Herman at the Prime Ministry in Ankara.
Herman held executive roles within several prominent real estate services organizations, most recently as managing director at Rose Associates, Inc.
He successfully changes the perspective so the reader sees the world through--or around--a growing Herman until the world and Herman are successfully blended together.
A trained industrial chemist, Herman ran a successful delicatessen in the heart of Broad Street and was well known for his exotic foods.
Herman, who last week was named Antelope Valley Union High School District's 2007 Teacher of the Year, began teaching at Highland 17 years ago when the school opened.