Sven, 20th-century Swedish veterinarian. See: Rubarth disease virus.
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Sung mainly by real-life folk musicians Joe Purdy and Amber Rubarth, the songs lend the film an emotional resonance that the forced dialogue often struggles to achieve.
After their flight from Los Angeles to New York is grounded, two strangers, Elliott (Purdy) -- who's heading to a gig -- and Joni (Rubarth) -- rushing back to care for her ailing mother -- head out in a beat-up van borrowed from Joni's aunt (Krisha Fairchild).
It's not until Rubarth joins Purdy in singing the folk standard "Red River Valley," during a stop in Arizona, that any depth of character is revealed.
This collective are the splendid UKbased Emily Barker and American counterparts Amber Rubarth and Amy Speace.
Because women are restricted to their homes and most often their beds they may be unable to communicate with others in person to share their experiences, ideas and suggestions and even their worries (Rubarth, Schoening, Cosimano, & Sandhurst, 2012).
Diagnosis of canine virus hepatitis (Rubarth's disease).
Batches of 400 Petri dishes were placed in the dark in a precision incubator (RU MED Type 3001-3601, Rubarth Apparate GmbH, Germany).
A importancia do entrosamento do Ministerio das Relacoes Exteriores com o Ministerio da Saude ja fora apontada por Rubarth (27), questionando a defasagem entre a elevada importancia dos temas sociais, particularmente a saude, na agenda moderna das relacoes internacionais e a baixa coordenacao institucional entre esses dois setores do governo brasileiro.