Rosenbach


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(rō'zĕn-bahk),
Ottomar, German physician, 1851-1907. See: Rosenbach law, Rosenbach sign, Rosenbach test, Rosenbach-Gmelin test.
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The plaintiff in Rosenbach filed a class-action lawsuit against Six Flags Great America theme park on behalf of her 14-year-old son, whose fingerprint was collected when he purchased a season pass to the park, allegedly without proper notice and consent.
There are world-class art collections at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and at the Barnes, rare books at The Rosenbach in Rittenhouse, sequined revelry at the Mummers Museum, and an inside look into the macabre world of medicine at The MEaA-tter.
"We plan to strengthen ISI Automation and its plants in Lemgo and Extertal, and we have set ourselves the clear objective of further expanding the business with all existing and future customers in this important field of digitalization," said Klaus-Dieter Rosenbach, member of the board of management logistics systems at Jungheinrich.
In Rosenbach v Six Flags Entertainment Corp, plaintiff Stacy Rosenbach alleges that when she purchased a season pass for her son to attend Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Ill., in 2014, he had to get his thumb scanned to access the park.
"They are pursuing attacks that they perceive in their own national self-interest," said Eric Rosenbach, the director of the Defending Digital Democracy project at Harvard University, on Monday to the New York Times.
(10.) Rosenbach M, Hsu S, Korman NJ, Lebwohl MG, Young M, Bebo BF Jr, et al.
They also had a powerful new lens through which to read Moore: the archive of her papers at the Rosenbach Museum and Library in Philadelphia.
(7.) Rosenbach M, Hsu S, Korman NI, et al; National Psoriasis Foundation Medical Board.
(11) Philadelphia, Rosenbach Library MS 439/16, in contrast, has a more modest pictorial cycle that prefaces seven of the poem's books with a column miniature.
Born in 1953, he is not only a forefather of video art and a cofounder, with Ulrike Rosenbach and Klaus vom Bruch, of the 1970s producer group ATV, he is also--still--a protagonist of political art.
Rosenbach, and <AEE>lie Metchnikoff; and William Watson Cheyne and his achievements in the filed fight tuberculosis, cholera, and bacterial infection on the battlefield.
In contrast, while attributes of effective followers have been theorized (Kelley, 1988; Agho, 2009; Chaleff, 2009; Carsten et al, 2010; Rosenbach et al, 2012), relatively little research has tested extant models (Baker, 2007).