Lindqvist

Lind·qvist

(lind'kvist),
Johan Torsten, 20th-century Swedish physician. See: Fahraeus-Lindqvist effect.
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Despite the many references to Swedish pop culture and geography, with which I'm unfamiliar, I'm drawn to the characters and their private horrors, which Ajvide Lindqvist rolls out ever so patiently.
The purchasers in the private placement included Neonode directors, Ulf Rosberg and Andreas Bunge, and members of management, including CEO Hakan Persson and CFO Lars Lindqvist. The Neonode directors and members of management individually purchased an aggregate of approximately $2M of common stock as part of the private placement.
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Study co-author, Janne Lindqvist said, "Websites focus on telling users if their passwords are weak or strong, but they do nothing to help people remember passwords," and added, "Our model could be used to predict the memorability of passwords, measure whether people remember them and prompt password system designers to provide incentives for people to log in regularly.
Owen fathered seven-year-old Robert Ford, who was born in 2011, with Jade Duell, while he had his second child with personal trainer Caroline Lindqvist, who was married at the time.
'The Bergling family has now confirmed that the funeral will be private, in the presence of the people who were closest to Tim,' his Swedish publicist Ebba Lindqvist said in a statement, without providing any more details.
Lead scientist Dr Charlotte Lindqvist, from the University of Buffalo, in the US, said: "Our findings strongly suggest that the biological underpinnings of the Yeti legend can be found in local bears, and our study demonstrates that genetics should be able to unravel other, similar mysteries."
"Our findings strongly suggest that the biological underpinnings of the yeti legend can be found in local bears," said lead scientist Charlotte Lindqvist, associate professor at the University of Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences.
Researcher Dr Charlotte Lindqvist said: "It demonstrates modern science can tackle some of these mysteries and unsolved questions."
"This strongly suggests that the yeti legend has a root in biological facts and that is has to do with bears that are living in the region today," said biologist Charlotte Lindqvist of the University at Buffalo in New York and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, who led the study published in the scientific journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.