Kisch

Kisch

(kish),
Bruno, German physiologist, 1890-1966. See: Kisch reflex.
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We're excited to collaborate with BBC Worldwide and BBC Radio 1 to bring such an iconic and unique program as Live Lounge to Vevo's growing audience," said Alex Kisch, Executive Vice President, Business Development and Affairs, Vevo.
Palmer DL, Kisch AL, Williams RC Jr, Reed WP Clinical features of plague in the United States: the 1969-1970 epidemic.
Egon Erwin Kisch, the Raging Reporter: A Bio-Anthology.
As Reuveni notes, there exists a history of sorts of scholarly inquiry into Jews and the economy, from the highly influential 1875 essay of Wilhelm Roscher through the early twentieth century works of Georg Caro, Ignaz Schipper, and Werner Sombart's infamous work on Jews and capitalism, and the mid-twentieth century research of Bernard Weinryb, Guido Kisch and others.
As hypothesized, results indicated that both hopelessness and depression were significant predictors of reasons for living, which is consistent with a large body of research documenting these variables as important risk factors for suicidality (Davidson, Wingate, Rasmussen, & Slish, 2009; Kisch, Leino, & Silverman, 2005; Lamis et al.
Celebrity Make up Artist Kari Kisch says "M3K has rejuvenated my skin to a texture I did not believe possible.
For a comprehensive account of communist mobilization in the Allied armies, particularly those based in the Middle East, see Kisch, The Days of the Good Soldiers, 33-65.
He is the two-time recipient of the Egon Erwin Kisch Prize for German-language journalism (1988 and 1996); his carefully constructed, dystopian first novel, Sara tanzt (Sara dances) was awarded the Mara Cassens Prize for the best first novel of 2003.
Jim Kisch, chief strategic officer at compliance software specialist Continuity Control in New Haven, Conn.
Juliet Richters, Associate Professor, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of New South Wales, Australia, recently wrote to me: "I have a gynaecology textbook from the early 20th century by EH Kisch entitled The Sexual Life of Woman in its Physiological, Pathological and Hygienic Aspects (London: Rebman Ltd, 1910), which discusses the forms of the hymen over several pages, with engravings.
Jim Kisch is Chief Strategy Officer at Continuity Engine
These included for example the Czech writers Eduard Bass, Frantisek Gellner, and Jaroslav Hasek or the extraordinarily successful author of popular songs Karel Hasler, but also German-language Jewish writers like Max Brod, Franz Kafka, Egon Erwin Kisch, Gustav Meyrink, Johannes Urzidil and Franz Werfel.