SORG


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AcronymDefinition
SORGStrasbourg Osteosynthesis Research Group (international)
SORGStratospheric Ozone Review Group
SORGSmall Organization
SORGShuttle Orbiter Repackaged Galley (NASA)
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CAPTAIN, THE SORG ARE POWERING UP THEIR WEAPONS TO FIRE
Sorg and Tuusis (2008) call this period as characterized by naive optimism.
The striker has earned the wrath of Freiburg manager Marcus Sorg, who thinks Dembele is not tactically adept to play in the Bundesliga, but his natural talent has been enough to make him one of the top scorers in Bulgaria's top division and one that Levski is now keen to bring back into the team.
Oliver Barth, Erik Jendrisek and Cedrick Makiadi were all on the scoresheet for Freiburg who handed coach Marcus Sorg his first league win with a 3-0 demolition of Wolfsburg.
Gregory Sorg, R-Easton, which would limit college student voting, notwithstanding contrary federal court opinions establishing the rights of students to vote in the towns where they attend college under certain circumstances as a constitutional right.
Barbara Sorg, from Washington State University, the US, points out that amphetamines enhance memory.
Customization also is important to Tarzana Treatment Centers in California, according to director of information technology Jim Sorg.
I think it's likely that loan losses are remarkably smaller than the provisions the banks are showing," says emeritus professor and former chairperson of the Estonian Central Bank Mart Sorg.
Siegfried, Basel; Barbara Sorg, Muttenz Translation: Marie Frohling, Berlin
A substudy of a government-sponsored placebo-controlled trial found that children taking metformin not only ate less, they reported higher satiety and lower hunger than those taking placebo, Rachael Sorg said in a poster session at the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society.
Jim Sorg, PhD, Director of Information Technology at Tarzana, can be reached at jsorg@tarzanatc.