Waage

Waa·ge

(vah'gĕ),
P., Norwegian chemist, 1833-1900. See: Guldberg-Waage law.
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Christina Waage from Norway drew applause from the crowd as they realized that she was wearing the classic silvery gown of the character snow queen Elsa in the Disney film 'Frozen'.
Identification of the isolates was carried out based on colony, morphology, Gram-stained and biochemical properties as described by Waage et al.
This does not in any way under- mine the importance of these nutrients in other crops, or of producing these other crops," says Dr Waage.
This does not in any way undermine the importance of these nutrients in other crops, or of producing these other crops," says Dr Waage.
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Waage S, Moen BE, Pallesen S, Eriksen HR, Ursin H, Akerstedt T Bjorvatn B.
Meredith, Jill Waage, Brand Executive Editor Better Homes and Gardens, 515-284-3000, jill.
Our findings are in accordance with Waage (1986) who discussed the relationship between the clutch size and frequency of host being encountered based on optimization theory, he demonstrated that clutch size of a parasitoid decreases as host density increases.
BROOKFIELD -- Monday morning, instead of reporting to David Prouty High School in Spencer, band director and music teacher John Waage will check in at a hospital for surgery that his insurance company has now agreed to fund.
High-profile speakers including industry professionals such as Amazon expert Mark Herbek; Jill Waage, editorial director for home content for Better Homes and Gardens', Drew and Jonathan Scott, hosts of HGTV's "Property Brothers;" and more offered their industry insights.
We are experiencing high market activity within the high-end subsea market, and "Polar Onyx" will contribute to strengthening GC Rieber Shipping's position and focus within this market", says CEO Irene Waage Basili in GC Rieber Shipping.