Schlepper


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A popular term for a molecule—e.g., a carrier protein—that links to a poorly- or non-antigenic molecule—e.g., a hapten—enhancing its immunogenicity and mediating transportation through the cell or body
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Schlepper, "Truth and Justice in Knight's Gambit," Mississippi Quarterly, 37 (Summer 1984), 396, 371.
Clark and Jerry had something else in common: both were classic schleppers.
Low wages in relation to work load, constant overtime, and an often reported bad work climate result in lower levels of job satisfaction (Heinke, Dunkel, Brahler, Nubling, Riedel-Heller & Kailsers, 2009; Welker, Baumgart, Baja, Schropl & Schleppers, 2010).
From textiles to furniture and then back to the city for tabletop, the caravan of buyers and schleppers can finally put things to rest, at least for a few weeks before the whole process starts again in January.
The problem, and this is certainly not a startling "insight," is that deconstruction and all that it implies and includes is like psychoanalysis in that for every first-rate practitioner, you have a hundred schleppers.