Ziemann

Zie·mann

(tsē-mahn'),
Hans R.P., German pathologist, 1865-1939. See: Ziemann dots, Ziemann stippling.
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Tudno made a bright start, but in the ninth minute an attempted clearance from keeper Andy Metcalf struck an opponent and left Martin Ziemann with the simple task of finding a gaping net.
Ziemann, "Inhibitory circuits and the nature of their interactions in the human motor cortex--a pharmacological TMS study," Journal of Physiology, vol.
Porthmadog go bottom after losing 2-1 at Guilsfield with the winner coming in the last minute from Martin Ziemann, while an early strike by Tom Dix gave Llandudno a 1-0 win at Ruthin.
Louise Ziemann of State Farm has been elected to serve as president of the IASA (Insurance Accounting and Systems Association) for the 2012-2013 fiscal year.
Fourth-placed Buckley Town whipped Llangollen Town 4-1, Neil Wynne (2), Aaron Aby and a Paul Griffiths own goal forming their tally, Griffiths responding, while Tommy Mutton gave Denbigh Town the lead at Berriew, but Martin Ziemann forced a 1-1 draw.
One, Therese Ziemann, 47, lured the unnamed romeo to a motel where he agreed to be tied to the bed and blindfolded.
Patrick Ziemann, a friend of Mahony from seminary and the scion of a prominent Catholic family in the area.
The brewhouse features a 150-barrel vertical system, fabricated in 1971 by Ziemann in Ludwigsburg, Germany, and bought from the Hurnerbrau Brewery in Ansbach, Germany.
Guilsfield pipped Penrhyncoch 3-2, Will Thomas (pen), Martin Ziemann and Chris Catherall netting for the hosts, Josh Hartrick and Jason Rees keeping the Robins in the contest.
Westhead on Thursday confirmed the hiring of assistant coach Bianca Ziemann, who replaces the departed Keila Whittington.
It finished 1-1 at the Community Centre ground with James Henderson giving GUILSFIELD a 14th minute head before Martin Ziemann''s header came back off the bar and went in off home keeper Dave Littleford to level matters for BERRIEW just past the half-hour.
German Dr Benjamin Ziemann says the kilted troops - whose ferocity earned them the "Devils in Skirts" nickname - were just a novelty.