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Teich·mann

(tīk'mahn),
Ludwig, German histologist, 1823-1895. See: Teichmann crystals.
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Handing over the cheque, Diacore Diamond Company managing director, Mr Kfir Teichman thanked First Lady for joining the 2019 Diacore Gaborone Marathon saying due to her participation they managed to raise more funds for charity than previous the years.
* Herb Teichman, an agricultural tourism pioneer who founded a cherry pit-spitting competition that drew international competitors and attention to southwest Michigan has died at the age of 88.
(2006), Bachelier & Endress (2009), and Mitchell (2015) as well as Von Teichman (1987, 1990, 1992) and others.
As there is much information yet to be learned about this process, Teichman's research team organized an online database for other researchers to add additional information as they explore other interactions between the cells of mothers and babies during pregnancy.
Early literacy skill assessment at the preschool level has three primary purposes (Invernizzi, Landrum, Teichman, Townsend, 2010).
Congratulations to Eric Teichman who is the 2nd place winner of the Dr.
(6.) Teichman JM, Mattrey RF, Demby AM, Schmidt JD.
Doctaly co-founder Ben Teichman told how the idea was born out of facing a two-week waiting time for appointments.
Alex Teichman, Lighthouse's chief executive, said it could add safeguards against inter-family spying, for instance by restricting face identification only to unrecognised faces.
Teichman, "Lasers in clinical urology: state of the art and new horizons," World Journal of Urology, vol.