BIBRA


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BIBRABritish Industrial Biological Research Association
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Voisin P, Bibra P, Goethals M, Masse P and Weissland T, 2002, Eccentric concentric isokinetic evaluation of trunk vs.
A series of well-worn paths leading to and away from Bibra and North Lakes formed the main transport route between the Swan River and Murray River Nyungar groups (Palmer 2002).
153) under interrogation of Muntzer's visit to him in Bibra and the battle of Frankenhausen.
After linking Hutterite history to biblical history and that of the early church before its "fall" under Constantine the Great, the chronicler writes that the Brethren emerged from a series of schisms and relocations that began with a conflict in 1526 between a pacifist group led by Hans Hut of Bibra and a non-pacifist group founded by Balthasar Hubmaier in the town of Nikolsburg (Mikulov) in southern Moravia.
The samples from each paddock were bulked and air-dried, and subsamples of the <2 mm fraction were sent for analyses to the major commercial soil and tissue testing laboratory in the region, CSBP Laboratories at Bibra Lakes, Western Australia.
AGA, P, SGM 64: Letter of 1 September 1944 from Sergio Cifuentes, National Secretary, DNSE, to Sigismund Freiherr von Bibra, German Charge d'Affaires, Madrid.
Helene von Bibra said at the annual congress of the European Society of Cardiology.
von Bibra added, was the fact that all these benefits were achieved despite a sharp reduction in the need for antidiabetic medications.
With: Shane Jacobson, Eve von Bibra, Ronald Jacobson, Jesse Jacobson, Chris Davis, Ian Dryden, Morihiko Hasebe.
Contact: Ian Rowland, BIBRA International, Woodmansterne Road, Carshalton, Surrey SM5 4DS, England, United Kingdom.
473-92; Wilhelm Freiherr von Bibra, Beitrage zur Familiengeschichte der Reichsfreiherrn von Bibra, 3 vols.