Uehlinger

Ueh·lin·ger

(yū'ling-gĕr),
E., early 20th-century Swiss pathologist. See: Meyenburg-Altherr-Uehlinger syndrome.
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Jean-Marc Uehlinger, operational director at Sensile Technologies, said:
Ulrich Hubner and Axel Knauf (Freiburg/Gottingen, 2002), 37-42 (= Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 186); Christoph Uehlinger, "The 'Canaanites' and Other 'pre-Israelite' Peoples in Story and History (Part 1)," Freiburger Zeitschrift fur Philosophie und Theologe 46 (1999), 546-78; and Christoph Uehlinger, "The 'Canaanites' and Other 'Pre-Israelite' Peoples in Story and History (Part 2)," Freiburger Zeitschrift fur Philosophie und Theologie 47 (2000), 173-98.
Lehmann L, Bendel S, Uehlinger DE, Takala J, Schafer M, Reinert M, et al.
The long life, safe and reliability of the Saft batteries means that maintenance and replacement costs are kept to a minimum, also benefitting the environment", said Jean-Marc Uehlinger, Sensile's operational director.
Serra A, Uehlinger DE, Ferrari P, Dick B, Frey BM, Frey FJ, et al.
Uehlinger Allometric scaling and maximum efficiency in physiological eigen time.
Fux CA, Uehlinger D, Bodmer T, Droz S, Zellweger C, Muhlemann K.
Eap CB, Broly F, Mino A, Hammig R, Deglon JJ, Uehlinger C, et al.