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Maximilian, German ophthalmologist, 1862-1954. See: Salzmann nodular corneal degeneration.
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Patricia "Pat" Ann Salzmann Herbert Patricia "Pat" Ann Salzmann Herbert, 80, of Elgin, passed away on February 14, 2018.
Salzmann (history, Northeastern Illinois University) describes legal efforts to open free marketplaces, the destruction of the Chicago River Harbor around 1900, and the creation of new industrial harbors by business men and federal government officials.
31 January 2018 - Swiss holding company and medical device distributor Salzmann AG St.
Sasha Marianna Salzmann thoughtfully and cleverly addresses the themes of memory, identity, and migration, asking if language, nationality, or gender are important for our self-definition.
The spatial distribution of forest species is an interactive phenomenon involving competition, tree architecture, and the occurrence and availability of forest openings (Sanquetta, Corte, Salzmann, & Vulcanis, 2007; Rode, Filho, Machado, & Galvao, 2010), and disturbances will be reflected in the spatial dependence of forest variables (Dormann, 2007; Miller, Franklin, & Aspinall, 2007).
14] Mathieu Salzmann, Richard Hartley, and Pascal Fua, "Convex optimization for deformable surface 3-d tracking," in Proc.
Among the lineup were Bruce Upbin, vice president for strategic communications, Hyperloop One; D'Arcy Salzmann, senior director, strategy, Microsoft HoloLens and studio manager, Future Bureau, Microsoft; Captains Mark and Scott Kelly former NASA astronauts; and Scott Brusaw, co-founder.
Indeed, in the realm of literature the dubious label "Migrantenliteratur" is still frequently ascribed to the works of German literary masters, such as Emine Sevgi Ozdamar, Zafer Senocak, Yoko Tawada, and Feridun Zaimoglu, as well as literary newcomers, Olga Grjasnowa, Nino Haratischwili, Katja Petrowskaja, Sasha Marianna Salzmann, and Deniz Utlu.
Academicians and practitioners have been concerned regarding the role of business in society for a long time (Kell, 2016; Scherer & Palazzo, 2011; Salzmann, Ionescu-Somers, & Steger, 2005).