Weibel


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Wei·bel

(vī'bel),
Ewald R., 20th-century Swiss physician. See: Weibel-Palade bodies.
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When the two teams met in Carpentersville, Hononegah coach Randy Weibel said his club's deficiencies were exposed.
Rakushan, Christian Reder, Franz Sdoutz, and Peter Weibel. The book contains color and b&w photos, art, and images.
Rarely, zircon shows chatoyancy, and such gems have been documented from Sri Lanka (Fryer 1983, 1985; Hanni and Weibel, 1988).
We are delivering our clients excellent results as we work with them to engage this valuable consumer of products and services during this critical time of decision making," said Mark Weibel, Chief Marketing Officer for Bridgevine.
''I was surprised at his willingness and his openness and the effort he puts into what we are doing,'' said Nadir Weibel, of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at University of California-San Diego.
Die Mitgliederversammlung bestatigte die Vorstandsmitglieder Jorg Muller (Prasidium, Hochschule Luzern), Samuel Weibel (UB Bern) und Angelika Linke (ZB Zurich).
Thus, cartographic generalization of foreground data has to be achieved in real time, requiring flexible and on-the-fly generalization algorithms (Weibel and Burghardt 2008).
In this graduate level textbook Weibel presents the reader with a detailed overview of the field.
My immersion in Charmat was greatly aided by chatting with Fred Weibel Jr.
Mindfulness entails a purposeful, nonjudgmental awareness of the present moment (Kabat-Zinn, 2005); LKM emphasizes cultivating a specific mental state (Weibel, 2007).
Cincinnati, OH, June 14, 2012 --(PR.com)-- QC Software, a national provider of innovative software solutions for the material handling industry, announces the appointment of Len Weibel to their Business Development team.
The main introductory essay Religion in the Age of Digital Reproduction by Boris Groys, follows Walter Benjamin's thesis some 80 years earlier, whereas Peter Weibel's essay, Religion as a Medium--the Media of Religion takes the words of Martin Luther as a starting point.