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Pav·lov

(pahv'lov),
Ivan P., Russian physiologist and Nobel laureate, 1849-1936. See: pavlovian conditioning, Pavlov method, Pavlov pouch, Pavlov stomach, Pavlov reflex.
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Telenor will broadcast 360-video from the stage of Orlin Pavlov's concert in Plovdiv during its third 5G trial in SofiaTelenor will hold its third practical 5G trial with a live stream of a 360-degree video from Orlin Pavlov's concert in Plovdiv on August 28.
As well as his penchant for books and solitude, Pavlov is connected to Hage's earlier protagonists by his affinity with sentient non-humans - in this case, dogs.
From histories of Pavlov (e.g., Todes, 2014), we know a few more details about his research operations.
Pavlov gradually emerges from his introverted and antisocial shell, moving from a person who believes dogs to be better company than humans to someone who is genuinely concerned about the welfare and safety of his sister's family.
Pavlov Media offers broadband, voice and television services.
Asked why Bulgargaz is launching this auction right now, Pavlov replied that there are currently conditions for buying a "blue fuel" at a lower price.
Then, the Belizean firm, owned to 100 per cent by Andrei Pavlov, via Christina Cornelia van den Berg, a nominee shareholder from South Africa, transferred its Quorumdebt shares to ConnectedSky Nominees Ltd, a Cypriot company headquartered at 12, Igoumenitsas street in Strovolos.
Pavlov got a Nobel prize, his dug became famous and a byword for predictable behavioural reactions to certain circumstances.
Ivan Pavlov, in Bequest to Academic Youth (1936) said:
This is the second CoreSite deployment for Pavlov Media, following its initial PoP at CoreSite's Los Angeles campus.
He makes use of a great number of previously unknown archival materials to put forth a history of the scientific research of Ivan Petrovich Pavlov. This research would earn Pavlov the 1904 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine and eventually turn his name into a symbol of rational control of the human psyche.