Neubauer


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(nū'bow-ĕr),
Johann E., German anatomist, 1742-1777. See: Neubauer artery.
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Variety quoted Hoffman's attorney, Mark Neubauer, as saying the accusations were "defamatory falsehoods.
Neubauer, a clinical faculty member in the Johns Hopkins Sleep Disorders Center.
Neubauer explores the intertwined cross-currents between music and literary culture in the Romantic 19th century, linking fields such as musical criticism, musical novellas, the romanticization of the driven virtuoso, music-critical historicism in the period of nationalizing states, and the challenges posed to the Romantic composers by the idealization of the oral bedrock of vernacular-national cultures.
Byline: Shahzad Ali, Heinrich Neubauer, Falk Melzer, Iahtasham Khan, Shamim Akhter, Tariq Jamil and Sajid Umar
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com)-- Midas Hospitality, a premier hotel management group, recently hired Jacob Neubauer as its Revenue Management Coordinator.
Neubauer, associate director of the Johns Hopkins Sleep Disorders Center, Baltimore.
The scholarly world, especially all of us who are concerned with comparative cultural study, are in debt to John Neubauer.
Following the motility evaluation, the sperm concentration was estimated on the same slide under 400 x total magnification according to the WHO guidelines to determine the dilution factor before counting with a Neubauer counting chamber.
Julia Neubauer from the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering IBMT.
Wolfgang Neubauer of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology in Vienna and colleagues describe the discovery in the March Antiquity.