Krabbe

Krab·be

(krah'bĕ),
Knud H., Danish neurologist, 1885-1961. See: Krabbe disease, Christensen-Krabbe disease.
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Niels Krabbe, "The Reception of Gade, Hartmann and Nielsen: Three Danish Classics and the Role of the Scholarly Edition", in Fontes 52/2 (2005), 116-124
Like Essen, Istanbul deserves to be the European Capital of Culture, and I hope you will have a beautiful day affirming close relations between Turkish and German people," Merkel said before the concert in which Soprano Anke Krabbe, bass-baritone Gunes Gurle, reed flutist Cemal Oksuz and pianist Batughan Uzgoren performed works of Turkish and German composers.
Coming-of-age drama, with Jesse Bradford, Jeroen Krabbe and Lisa Eichhorn.
AIMSPRO has already achieved TGA Orphan Status in Australia for the treatment of both ALS and Krabbe Leukodystrophy (Krabbe's disease).
Jack MacPherson was just 21-months-old when he was killed by Krabbe disease, an incurable condition of the nervous system.
The exhumation took place at Glebe Cemetery in Stranraer, Dumfries and Galloway, where Police are trying to find out if the remains are those of Peter Harald Krabbe, who was flying solo from Copenhagen to England.
As always there are far too many big names appearing to include them all here, but highlights of the first week include the Dutch novelist Tim Krabbe talking about his new novel Delay.
The seven-year-old twins - victims of Krabbe disease, a genetic flaw quickly destroying their bodies - face a race against time to find matching bone marrow before they are too weak to survive treatment.
Hannah's parents took her to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for numerous tests, and she was eventually diagnosed with Krabbe Disease on June 17, 2013.
Sadly Angel's little sister, Jorja, died in November from Krabbe disease, a rare degenerative disorder.
The few available data about its breeding biology suggest that the Cinereous Warbling-Finch's breeding season runs from September (a 'breeding record;' BirdLife International 2013) to November (a specimen from Minas Gerais with large testis; Krabbe 2007).