Rudolph E., German physician, 1845-1895. See: Külz cylinder.
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Despite advances in the biological and cognitive-behavioural conceptualisation and treatment of OCD, successful intervention remains elusive (Kulz et al., 2014).
With this tract Kulz reminded settlers that their loyalty lay to
(20.) Wilhelm Kulz, Die Selbstverwaltung fur Deutsch-Sudwestafrika
Kulz, the Fuhrer was not promoted to sergeant during the World War in spite of bravery in the face of the enemy because of homosexual activity.
Now it might be objected that we are dealing here with a third-hand account lacking any real credibility: Ebermayer says that Kulz said that he had seen the papers in question.
Its mouth is surrounded by six or seven tentacles (TEN-tuh- kulz), or arms.