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Schult·ze

(shūlt'sĕ),
Bernhard S., German obstetrician, 1827-1919. See: Schultze fold, Schultze mechanism, Schultze phantom, Schultze placenta.

Schult·ze

(shūlt'sĕ),
Max J.S., German histologist and zoologist, 1825-1874. See: Schultze cells, Schultze membrane, Schultze sign, comma bundle of Schultze, comma tract of Schultze.
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Schultze, 11 English Row, has attended arguably more selectmen's meetings than anyone else in town, serving as a member of the Grafton Cable TV Oversight Committee for 14 years.
On 20 March, the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Makedonika litera publishing house promoted the Macedonian translation of the volume Macedonia--A Region and a Culture of Living by German geographer Leonhard Schultze Jena (1872-1955).
A neo-Nazi suspect, Carsten Schultze delivered his testimony in the court, admitting that he has given the 83 weapons along with the bullets and silencers, with which the murders were committed, to the NSU terrorist group.
Amrhein was corporate communication manager with the legal and business consulting firm, Schultze und Braun, and is to take over from Roland Kruger who is to take other responsibilities.
In this reprint from 2007, Kurowski, a freelance journalist and author who fought with the Afrika Korps as a Luftwaffe paratrooper, presents a history of the U-48, and its successes and commander, Herbert "Vaddi" Schultze, during World War II.