Wolfler

Wölf·ler

(vēl'fler),
Anton, Bohemian surgeon, 1850-1917. See: Wölfler gland.
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(3.) Silvani P, Camporesi A, Mandelli A, Wolfler A, Salvo I.
Salvo I, de Cian W, Musicco M, Langer M, Piadena R, Wolfler A, et al.
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Wolfler Calvo, "The team orienteering problem with time windows: an LPbased granular variable neighborhood search," European Journal of Operational Research, vol.
(31.) Fritzer N, Haas D, Oppelt P, Renner S, Hornung D, Wolfler M, et al.
reported that 52% of children received MV in PICU of Sri Lanka.6 Wolfler et al.
De regreso a Trieste publico su primer libro, Poesie, adopto un apellido que en hebreo significa "harina", se caso con Carolina Wolfler. (En sus poemas aparece como Lina.) Tomo parte en la Primera Guerra Mundial aunque no en el frente de batalla.
In January 1881 one of Billroth's assistants, Anton Wolfler, a Czechoslovakian, (later to become a distinguished Professor of Surgery in Prague), called his chief to see Therese Heller, a 43 year old lady, with all the features of advanced pyloric occlusion from a gastric carcinoma.
After doing his military service, Saba married in 1909 a woman of Trieste named Carolina Wolfler; she appears in his poetry as "Lina," and their relationship there is ambivalent and sometimes tortured.