Payr

Payr

(pīr),
Erwin, German surgeon, 1871-1946. See: Payr clamp, Payr membrane, Payr sign.
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Norwegian digital payments solution providers, Payr and Hudya are to merge.
Main features: trivalis ensures the treatment of leachates produced in the non-hazardous waste storage facilities as well as on the tri mcano biologique sites of saint-christophe du ligneron and chteau d~olonne, on the transfer centers of foussais payr and la gurinire via treatment stations installed on our sites.However, the processing capabilities of a station may prove punctually insufficient to treat leachate produced on the site on which it is located.So, in order to guard against all overflows of leachate to the natural environment, trivalis wishes to use the pumping of raw leachates from its various sites, to transport these leachates to treatment facilities belonging to trivalis according to the capacity of the sites.
Estudio de las conchas larvarias de Ostrea stentina Payr. y Ostrea edulis L.
Some studies are showing population growth as the prime threat to forests [Lodha (1991); Patil (1992); Dijk and Maliha (1994); Ahmad (1994); 1UCN (1998); Payr (1999)] while others argue that blaming population growth is sometimes considered an over simplification of the complex problem of resource management.
This is because such close relationships can contribute to human-computer interaction, including enhanced interactivity (Trappl, Petta, & Payr, 2001), social participation (Gulz, 2005), adaption to students' feelings (Bichmore, 2003; Bichmore & Picard, 2004), and friendship with computers (Stern, 2002).
Hannestad is the founder and CEO of Fintech Mundi AS and Bozan AS and chairman of Payr AS, VIO Media AS and Forstehjelperen AS.
Underperforming, overpaid veterans like left-fielderAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA Jason Bay bloated the team's payr while sagging on-field performance caused attendance to plummet just as the franchise opened its new and expensive stadium, Citi Field, in 2009.
A recent report by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), shows that less than 3% of employees give to charity through payr a oll giving schemes such as Give As You Earn (GAYE).
Erwin Payr of Leipzig (1861-1946) offered a variation to trans-articular suture fixation by using a fascia strip looped through a small hole in the intercondylar notch and tied to the ACL remnant (Payr 1927).
Payr, also in 1908, introduced shunting of CSF from the ventricle into the sagittal sinus and jugular veins using vein grafts (14); and in the same year, Kausch used a rubber conduit to drain the lateral ventricle into the peritoneal cavity.
We use three dependent variables: dividend payout ratio (PAYR), dividend yield for common stock (DYCOM), and total dividend yield (DYTOT).
"A Theory of Emotion, Its Functions, and Its Adaptive Value." In Emotions in Humans and Artifacts, edited by Robert Trappl, Paolo Petta, and Sabine Payr, 11-34.