Uffelmann

Uf·fel·mann

(ūf'ĕl-mahn),
Jules A.C., German physician, 1837-1894. See: Uffelmann reagent.
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19) Mihai Ryklin und Dirk Uffelmann, Kommunismus als Religion.
Peter Uffelmann, OH board Co-Chair and Treasurer, put it bluntly: "We simply do not have the financial resources to continue.
Calqued from the German Kulturosophie or kulturosophisches Denken as used in the work of Slavists (Mjor mentions Igor Smirnov, Rainer Grubel, and Dirk Uffelmann [55]), this term denotes "a discourse on Russia and Russian culture, led by Russians themselves, which is not only descriptive but also axiological and based on dichotomies" (55-56).
2) Jorg Thierfelder in Uwe Uffelmann, Das Land zwischen Rhein und Odenwald: Eine Ringvorlesung zur Region (Villingen-Schwenningen: Neckar Verlag, 1987), p.
Progler, Vintrebert, Uffelmann, Giaxa, Greard, Salicis, Pages, Laubier, Rojas, Peclet; los <<Rapports>> del Congreso Internacional de Bruselas; las descripciones y estudios sobre muchos edificios de esta indole, como la Escuela Monge de Paris, la de la Rue Tournefort, la de Aprendices del Boulevard la Villette, la Escuela-modelo de Bruselas, el Colegio Chaptal, el Gimnasio de Berlin, etc.
Jaksch [12] also described 12 chemical color reactions of varying reliability and sensitivity for the detection of free hydrochloric acid in gastric juice and classified them into four groups: (a) Mohr's tests, (b) aniline-dye tests, (c) Uffelmann s tests, and (d) ultramarine and zinc sulfide.
John Uffelmann, a Virginia Tech alumni and resident of Colorado Springs, will load his personal van on Friday with IBS-STL Scripture resources to personally deliver them to those ministering on campus.
Boucher and his wife Elsie Uffelmann of Worcester, Paul J.