Lennert

Len·nert

(len'ĕrt),
Karl, 20th-century German physician. See: Lennert lymphoma, Lennert classification.
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The team of researchers, who found the first flaw led by (https://www.wired.com/story/hackers-steal-tesla-model-s-key-fob-encryption/) Lennert Wouters from Katholieke Universiteit in Belgium, found a similar defect in the new fob.
Study of Lennert and Nils18, showed found that maxillary second premolars were smaller in mesiodistal crowns dimension than maxillary first premolars.
Apart from Divina, the other frat members who were also cleared of charges were Jason Adolfo Robinos, Aeron Salientes, Ranie Rafael Santiago, Zimon Pedro, Alex Bose, Leo Lalusis, Lennert Bryan Galicia, Nathan Anarna, Chuck Siazar and Karl Matthew Villanueva.
Data from an onboard fisheries observer program suggested that estimated annual mortality of pilot whales in the California swordfish and shark driftnet fishery reached record-high levels of 20 animals in 1990, and 48 animals in 1993 (Lennert et al.
The DOJ investigating panel dismissed the charges against fraternity members Jason Adolfo Robinos, Aeron Salientes, Ranie Rafael Santiago, Zimon Pedro, Alex Bose, Leo Lalusis, Lennert Bryan Galicia, Nathan Anarna, Chuck Siazar and Karl Matthew Villanueva for lack of probable cause.
The authors would like to thank the following participating investigators for their contributions to the work: Timea Csorge, Viktoria Balogh, Ibolya Bogdan, Istvan Buda, Monika Csatori, Monika Fekete, Iron Somogyi Harino, Ildiko Hermann, Brigitta Horvath, Klara Fritz Kovocsne, Nora Pongracz Kurdino, Marcell Madar, Edit Kovori Mesterhazino, Krisztina Fejes Patkaine, .Agota Jo Schullerno, Jonos Stahl, Eva Szabo, Mariann Lennert Szabono, Ferenc Szabo, Edit Szam, Judit Tavaszi, Viktoria Matina, and Zsuzsanna Szabo, Beatrix Szilaogyi, and Ruth Weimer for the performance of experimental tasks and/or collection of data and Jared Brodin for administrative support in preparation of the manuscript.
First reported by Lennert and Muller-Hermelink, PTGC is a benign condition that can be mistaken for malignant processes such as nodular lymphocyte-predominant Hodgkin lymphoma (NLPHL) and follicular lymphoma [3].
Lennert Bohm, Stefan Braunecker, Christoph Adler, and Edoardo De Robertis contributed significantly to data analysis, data interpretation, and writing the manuscript.
Another approach presents process/product and qualitative/quantitative aspects as presented in (Lennert & Robert, 2010).