Thormahlen

Thor·mäh·len

(tor'mā-len),
Johann, 19th-century German physician. See: Thormählen test.
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Creators Matt Walker, of Harrogate, North Yorks, and German Sven Thormahlen want to change perceptions.
Kurt Thormahlen, vice president of DRC Emergency Services - a company contracted by Houston to collect Harvey debris - said the amount of debris is unprecedented for his 24-year-old company, which is making it a slow process even with his employees working seven days a week from sunrise to sunset.
Sven Thormahlen, a 60-year-old German biochemist and the president of research and development at Arla, says he is "very concerned" by the rise of the dairy-free diet.
Acknowledgments: This essay is for Marianne Thormahlen, professor
Linde K, Vickers A, Hondras M, Riet G, Thormahlen J, Berman B, Melchart D Systematic reviews of complementary therapies an annotates bibliography.
As Marianne Thormahlen notes, Wordsworth's "'profane' language freely incorporated strands of Biblical discourse.
NJZ Resources, Thormahlen s company, registered in Hong Kong, in turn provided the joint venture company with mining equipment on a hire purchase agreement.
Frank Thormahlen, Department Head of Technical Writing, leads the PIM project and explains.
After compiling the list of fastest-growing industries, there were some apparent trends," Casey Thormahlen, a senior analyst for IBISWorld, said in a news release.
For arriving at its ratings, CRISIL has combined the business and financial risk profiles of TITCL and its subsidiaries, Asiatic Thermics Ltd (ATL), Thermit Thormahlen India Ltd (TTIL), and Thermit-Arasan India Ltd (TAIL), together referred to as the TITCL group.
Uncovered by the music researcher Wiebke Thormahlen and poignantly sung by Gwyneth Herbert and Thomas Guthrie, they include previously unrecorded ballads, such as the crushingly sad Housewife's Lament: 'There's nothing that pays as the time you waste on it/And nothing is as I would wish it to be'.