Schridde

Schrid·de

(shrid'ĕ),
Hermann R.A., early 20th-century German pathologist. See: Schridde cancer hairs.
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(3) Common accusations directed to manufacturers include the gluing of batteries to the phones' enclosure and the use of special screws to make repair difficult, the use of so-called anti-features, incompatible software upgrades that make phones slow down, and pseudo-innovations to induce early replacements (see Schridde 2014).
Plasmacytoma was first reported in 1905 by Schridde, who described a very rare, discrete, solitary mass of neoplastic monoclonal plasma cells.
Charles Schridde, of Palm Springs, Calif., loves a good challenge.
What sets Schridde's work apart is his focus on action scenes of today's cowboys and American Indians.
It's a unique style that Schridde calls Western impressionism.
Like Russell, Schridde often captures a dangerous split second in the life of a cowboy.
One of Schridde's earliest and most popular pieces, "Van Gogh Bull," depicts a white-hatted bull rider with flailing red chaps.
Henning Schridde is lecturer at the Institute for Political Science, University of Hanover.
(3) In 1905, Schridde became the first to report a case of extramedullary plasmacytoma.
The first case of extramedullary plasmacytoma was reported in 1905 by Schridde. (9) Between then and 1997, more than 400 articles addressing extramedullary plasmacytoma were published.
Charles Schridde Inpressionist landscapes from around the
Charles Schridde Jane Frendberg, Frends & Associates