Kolmer

Kol·mer

(kōl'mĕr),
John A., U.S. pathologist, 1886-1962. See: Kolmer test.
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We are looking forward to a long-lasting and successful partnership," says Gerd Kolmer, sales director of Bruckner Textile Technologies.
Viena is problemu, su kuria daznai susiduriama--remeju paieska ir pritraukimas (Singh, Hu 2008; Zeng, Go, Kolmer 2011; Xing et al.
Joel Kolmer were the first of the five to die on October 20, 1992, ambushed in their car as they attempted to help one of their mission workers safely back to his village amid intense rebel fighting in their area.
Shoshana Kolmer was sent at the age of 21 to Auschwitz.
Just two years later, in the August 1980 issue, Lee Kolmer, then dean of Iowa State University's College of Agriculture, said: "The CapperVolstead Act is under siege.
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Lerou JG, Dirksen R, Beneken Kolmer HH, Booij LH, Borm GF.
In the 1930s, there were no accepted standards and few established models for conducting field studies, a problem made clear in failed experiments with human participants, including the Brodie-Park and Kolmer polio trials in the 1930s (22).
Inspired by the radical Philosophes and instructed by a mysterious occultist named Kolmer from what is now Denmark, Adam Weishaupt, a professor of Canon Law at the University of Ingolstadt (in Bavaria, Germany) established a continuing organizational structure to direct the worldwide attack on religion and monarchy--a structure which would, he hoped, eventually rule the world.
Sister Elizabeth Kolmer surveyed literature pertaining to the history of women religious in 1978, admitting that "although Catholic sisters have been active on the American scene since the eighteenth century, the story of their life and work remains largely untold.
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CDL plant pathologist Jim Kolmer and Maria Ordonez, a University of Minnesota graduate student, found that this race has spread across many of the world's durum-growing areas.