Kehr

Kehr

(kār),
Hans, German surgeon, 1862-1916. See: Kehr sign.
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Donnie Kehr is joined by Greg Ransom and Pete Peterkin to celebrate the pianists and showmen, including Elton John, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, Beethoven, Liberace and more.
Los criticos senalarian, por ejemplo, que A Better Tomorrow lleva la accion de peliculas americanas como Lethal Weapon y Die Hard "a sus extremos mas salvajes" (Kehr, 1989b), y que Hard Boiled podia "intimidar a una docena de Dirty Harrys" (Turan, 1992).
"DHL Express is very excited to be bringing the first A330-300 P2F into commercial operation within our international air network," said Geoff Kehr, Senior Vice President, Global Air Fleet Management, DHL Express.
Patients may have left upper quadrant pain with referred left shoulder pain (Kehr's sign), but this is an insensitive finding [12].
Kehr, Gowanda, N.Y.; Donald Klehm, Forrest, 111.; Marvin Hopf, Orient, Iowa; Al Malin; George Fuller, Haverhill, Iowa; Jon Axthelm, Cardington, Ohio; Bernie Miller, Dakota City, Iowa; Larry Spina, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; William H.
The values for the raw protein ratio in 2011 and 2012 were within the expected range (15.6-23.3%) and close to each other (Kehr et al., 1979; Acikgoz, 2001).
"Between Twilight and Dawn: Julio Bracho and the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema," organized by Dave Kehr, will be on view at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Mar.
Additional symptoms include dizziness, palpitations, referred left shoulder pain from diaphragm irritation (Kehr's sign), and diffuse abdominal discomfort [8].
Among these, there is the predator-prey interaction in which amphibians ingest flies from a broad variety of families (DURE & KEHR, 2004).
Kehr as its chairman following the annual meeting of shareholders on 17 May 2016.