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Klei·ne

(klīn),
Willi, 20th-century German neuropsychiatrist. See: Kleine-Levin syndrome.
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A content analysis of PO's case accounts supports classification according to the two primary attachment styles identified by Kleine.
A Small Story/Eine Kleine Geschichte starts at Tron Theatre, 63 Trongate, Glasgow, G1 5HB, from April 30 to May 3, 10.
Chapter 5 ("Meeting People") introduces four case studies, including Ana's, through a technique Kleine calls "media footprints," which produce diagrammatic representations of media use.
A fairly large operation like Kleine Zalze cannot supply all its needs from the fruit from its own vineyards and must buy-in grapes from farmers in a number of surrounding regions.
The Kleine Brogel air base lies about 51 kms north east of Brussels.
ZDF is producing a sci-fi series that got its start as a Das Kleine Fernsehspiel Internet series, "Ijon Tichy: Raumpilot" (Ijon Tichy: Space Pilot).
Kleine was formerly president of Asamera Minerals Inc and he has more than 40 years of experience in the mining industry.
The home site was purchased for $115,000 in December 1999 from Joe and Dana Kleine.
Of Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, The Requiem, Mozart, Beethoven, Strauss,
The pounds 60m redevelopment of the Brook Street campus will involve demolishing the majority of the existing buildings and creating 17,500 square meters of two, three and four storey structures and also refurbishing the former Smith Kleine Beecham building which is to be listed.
I didn't know what to do, so I ran with everybody else," said Kevin Kleine, 29, who was shopping with her four-year-old daughter at the Westroads Mall.
The following wines created by Dutch producers will be available until April: The Netherlands: Apostelhoeve and Kleine Schorre; Argentina: Salentein Chardonnay; Spain: MMM de Castillo; Portugal: Morgadio de Calcada Douro; France: Beaulieux Cabernet Sauvignon.