Klebs

Klebs

(klebz),
Theodor Albrecht Edwin, German physician, 1834-1913. See: Klebsiella, Klebs-Loeffler bacillus.
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KLEBS Mechanical served as mechanical subcontractor for Riverview at The Bluffs, a four-building, sixty-nine room lodge situated on the lower slopes of Sugarloaf Mountain in Denali.
Klebs (New York, 1909), 118-130; Ales Hrdlicka, Tuberculosis Among Certain Indian Tribes of the United States (Government Printing Office, 1909); Lillian W.
Menne J, Farsang C, Deak L, Klebs S, Meier M, Handrock R, et al.
Many legendary figures in the United States and foreign medical communities participated, including William Welch (whose image was subsequently immortalized on a Brenner plaque at Johns Hopkins University), Hermann Biggs, William Osler, Arnold Klebs, and Charles Mayo.
a dubitare che il testo sia stato epitomato nel corso della tradizione come invece ipotizzano Klebs, Merkelbach e Kortekaas.
Shortly after the woodblocks were rediscovered, Harvey Cushing and the Swiss physician Arnold Klebs (1870-1943) traveled to Munich to see the blocks.
KLEBS, "Zur Komposition von Petronius Satirae", Philologus, 47, 1889, pp.
Orden Blastodiniales Chatton Familia Oodiniaceae Chatton Oodinium Chatton (1) Familia Cachonellaceae Silva Dissodinium Klebs in Pascher (1) Familia incierta Chytriodinium Chatton (1) Clase Noctiluciphyceae Fensome et al.
Klebsiella was named after the German bacteriologist of nineteenth century Edwin Klebs (1834-1913).
Grundy, Comet of the Enlightenment, 102; see also, Arnold Klebs, "The Historic Evolution of Variolation," Bulletin of Johns Hopkins Hospital XXIV, no.
No seculo XIX, reaparece no procedimento de obras dedicadas ao estudo do mundo classico, mas foi apenas em 1897 que um dos mais eminentes eruditos alemaes envolvidos no estudo da antiguidade classica no seculo XIX, Theodor Mommsen, empregou pela primeira vez na contemporaneidade o termo prosopografia na obra Prosopographia Imperii Romani, editada pela Academia Real da Prussia, auxiliado por Elimar Klebs, Hermann Dessau e Paul von Rhoden, na qual sao apresentadas as trajetorias dos senadores, legionarios ligados aos principes e suas cortes.