Thomsen


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(tom'sen),
Asmus J., Danish geneticist, 1815-1896. See: Thomsen disease.
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The Omani duo went down fighting to the Danish pair of Denmark's Daniel Thomsen and Morten Overgaard 1-2 (23-21, 11-21, 9-15) in the title clash.
Birmingham have recalled Tobias Thomsen as a replacement for the injured James Shanes, whose season has been ended after a Grasstrack crash last Sunday, which means Dane Nick Agertoft drops to reserve.
U-turn and re-signed Danish racer Tobias Thomsen ahead of tonight's trip to Edinburgh.
Country Manager for Geminor in Denmark, Kasper Houmark Thomsen, comments on the new contract.
Two minutes later Adam Lecky was trying his luck with a bobbling effort that Runavik keeper Tordur Thomsen could only fumble wide.
"Obviously, school safety is top of mind for state policymakers," says Jennifer Thomsen, the commission's policy director.
But Danish journalist Claus Blok Thomsen, who works for the Politiken newspaper and covered the trial of the Norwegian mass murderer who killed 77 people in Oslo and a nearby island in 2011, said there are dangers in censoring the New Zealand suspect.
Introducing the new storage technology in his keynote presentation at the University of Southampton's Future Photonics Hub industry day on 20 September, Dr Benn Thomsen, senior researcher at Microsoft Research, explained how scribed glass could serve as an alternative to the current technologies used to store information--such as the photos taken with our smartphones--on the cloud.
17 (ANI): German mattress brand Thomsen introduced Canada-based luxury organic mattress retailer Dormio in the Indian market at Pop Street Lifestyle Exhibition and Fashion Show at Lalit hotel on Friday.
Airbus' general manager for urban air mobility, Mathias Thomsen, shared progress on autonomous aircraft being developed by the company, including an 'air taxi' built to carry one to four people.
Poul Thomsen, the head of the IMF European Department said central and eastern Europe's economic growth potential has halved in the past decade and the rapid outflow of skilled workers is an increasing drag.
"Bridge fabrication has essentially been the same for many, many years and this is the first new thing to come," said Central Welding's Erik Thomsen, vice-president of operations.