Tietze


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Tiet·ze

(tēt'sĕ),
Alexander, German surgeon, 1864-1927. See: Tietze syndrome.
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Urysohn's lemma and Tietze extension theorem of an strongly pairwise neutrosophic [G.
2005) and is considered essential for the construction of organizational realities (Piekkari and Tietze 2011).
Back row: Board members include: Jennifer Scharpe, Limousin Today, Diane Johnson, LPC Executive Director; Molly Schoen, Charolais Journal', Steve Taylor, Appaloosa Journal; Kent Jaecke, Rockin' K Productions; Greg Henderson, Drovers, Eric Tietze, Ozarks Farm and Neighbor, Ben Richey, U.
A scant 500-bottle annual run is sold exclusively through the wine club and tasting room for $48, according to winemaker Christian Tietze.
The GSH content was measured using the 5,5'-dithiobis(2-nitrobenzoic acid)-oxidized GSH (DTNB-GSSG) reductase recycling assay for total glutathione (GSH + GSSG) as described by Tietze [16].
Writing in Jacobin magazine about the disheartening outcome of events in Greece, Tad Tietze concludes with a harsh judgment that should nevertheless serve as a cautionary tale for the Left in Canada as many of us lend our support by default to the NDP: "By rights, the Greek debacle should serve as an obituary for the idea that radical left politics seeking governmental power is a viable solution to the growing social contradictions in Europe.
Halton, Dickinson and Tietze continued using silk IUDs with some success (5).
Christopher Tietze of the Population Council, concluded that the safest strategy for a woman seeking to limit her childbearing would be to use a barrier method, with abortion as a backup in the case of failure.
Mari Tietze, PhD, RN-BC, FHIMSS, is Associate Professor, Texas Woman's University, Dallas, TX.