Hesselbach

Hes·sel·bach

(hes'ĕl-bahk),
Franz K., German anatomist and surgeon, 1759-1816. See: Hesselbach fascia, Hesselbach hernia, Hesselbach ligament, Hesselbach triangle.
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Contract notice: Modernization frankenwaldgruppe, Lot 4 - hesselbach / birnbaum transmission line.
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Bosbach J, Lange S, Dehne T, Lauenroth G, Hesselbach F, Allzeit M (2013), CEAS Aeronautical Journal 4, 301-313
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Recently hired Edison Hesselbach, the company's first finance professional, has recommended borrowing the required funds.
Estimated mass of wild prey was based on the weights of specimens in the reference mammal collection and published literature (Leopold, 1959; Hall, 1981; Ceballos and Miranda, 2000; Hesselbach and Perez, 2001; Villa and Cervantes, 2003).