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Lie·big

(lē'big),
Justus von, German chemist, 1803-1873. See: Liebig theory.
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The Liebig image discards the complexity of Indra, Agni, Varun and Yama's insistence that Nala act as their messenger and their demand that Damayanti choose one of the gods as her spouse, in favour of a simple narrative of romantic love.
Farther south, along the mare's western margin and inward from the 39-km-wide crater Liebig, the fault boundary becomes detectable again--at least near local sunrise or sunset, when the scarp's higher western face is starkly illuminated or shadowed, respectively.
Liebig brings more than 20 years of marine underwriting support experience to the team as an underwriting assistant.
Liebig was another individual who greatly influenced the development of chemistry as an autonomous field (2).
Organisations dedicated to Liebig's method quickly sprang up in the United Kingdom.
Paul Keene, the venue's director of programming, assured patrons next Monday's organ recital, by Andreas Liebig, will go ahead.
Campbell's brands in Europe include Liebig and Royco in France, Devos Lemmens and Royco in Belgium, Erasco in Germany, and Bla Band in Sweden and Finland, as well as Campbell branded items across the region.
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BASF succeeded by commercializing the results of the chemical revolution led by scientists such as Liebig and Perkin who created artificial dyes out of materials such as coal-tar rather than plants and roots.
Liebig is situated, the resident Aboriginal population constitutes the public in an Indigenous domain (see Von Sturmer 1984).