van der Velden

van der Vel·den

(vahn der vel'dĕn),
Reinhardt, German physician, 1851-1903. See: van der Velden test.
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"After that, our product range will be sold under the DMC or the Van der Velden Marine Systems brand names.
Presenter Eline Van der Velden said: "They think swearing helps as you lose your inhibitions and that's what carries you further."
Scientist Eline Van Der Velden said: "They think swearing helps as you lose your inhibitions and that's what carries you further.
Garci-Aracil and van der Velden (2008) revealed strong relationship between acquired competences and the required competences (characteristics of the job).
Jong MC, Boers I, Schouten van der Velden, AP, van der Meij, S, Goker, E, Timmer-Bonte, ANJH, van Wietmarschen, HA.
"Asymmetric earrings, of course, should be matching or seem to be but there's an element of the unexpected that I like," Roemer said."The look gives me the space to create within one piece." Bibi van der Velden, the owner and curator of the online jewellery retailer Auverture, agreed.
Margot Van der Velden, Deputy Regional Director, WFP Regional Bureau for West Africa and Ms.
The Tangerines will be without suspended defender William Edjenguele and forward Nick van der Velden who has joined a club in Bali.
Polypropylene meshes are strong with excellent tissue incorporation and have been reportedly successful in over 80 percent of large animals (Van der Velden and Klein,1994; Tulleners and Fretz,1983).
Wertheim - van Dillen, Ubele Van Der Velden. Elevation of Systemic Markers Related to Cardiovascular Diseases in the Peripheral Blood of Periodontitis Patients.
Simone van der Velden reported at the annual congress of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology.