Uehlinger

Ueh·lin·ger

(yū'ling-gĕr),
E., early 20th-century Swiss pathologist. See: Meyenburg-Altherr-Uehlinger syndrome.
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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.
Uehlinger, Christoph (1997) " Qohelet im Horizont mesopotamischer, levantinischer und agyptischer Weisheitsliteratuur der persischen und hellenistischen Zeit".
Berger C, Uehlinger J, Ghelfi D, Blau N, Fanconi S.
Uehlinger, "'Fertile' Intestine Nuclei" (1966) 210 Nature 1240.
Project leader Isabel Uehlinger says they chose the name "Chili" because the hot and spicy pepper is an accurate representation of the program's twin themes: conflict and aggression.
In this period of debate and revision, this very important book by Keel and his colleague Uehlinger is especially welcome.
NETRIS[R] is the outcome of Sensile Technologies' 10 years of experience combined with a successful collaboration with Telit" declares Jean-Marc Uehlinger, Operational Director.
Uehlinger, Gods, Goddesses, and Images of God in Ancient Israel (Minneapolis: Fortress, 1998), 157-60.