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Quoting a scientific study from 2015, Faiss, a researcher in anti-doping at Lausanne University, told The Associated Press in a telephone interview that "between 10 and 30 percent" of the people tested may have readings beyond the permitted thresholds when inhaling the legal quantity of salbutamol.
Schulz, D., Kopp, B., Kunkel, A., & Faiss, J.H.
Theresa and Wilbur Faiss, a former Nevada state senator, were married for 79 years.
Theresa Faiss was honoured with hubby Wilbur in January by the Worldwide Marriage Encounter for being the longest-married couple of 2012.
Estudos tem demonstrado que os prejuizos de processamento podem ocorrer no inicio da doenca e contribuir para a disfuncao de memoria e de raciocinio abstrato (Schulz, Kopp, Kunkel, & Faiss, 2006).
The winners of the national contest were Wilbur and Theresa Faiss of Las Vegas, married for 78 years.
FORMER SENATOR WILBUR FAISS SPENT EIGHT YEARS in the Nevada Senate some 30 years ago (Faiss is shown with sons Bob, left, and Don, right).
Jueptner, M., Rijntjes, M., Weiller, C., Faiss, J., Timmann, D., Mueller, S., & Diener, H.
(11) Faiss (1977: 193f.) has the following to say: "Apart from strong-stressed ous, [u:s], there exists in Middle English weakly stressed us [us] that survives in Late Middle English and Early Modern English as well as in dialectal English [uz], but was replaced in Modern Standard English by [AS].
Faiss, Klaus 1992: English Historical Morphology and Word-Formation: Loss versus Enrichment.
A comprehensive review focusing specifically on altitude training for team-sports suggests that repeat-sprint training performed in hypoxia (RSH) may be a promising avenue for improving match-related performance (Faiss et al., 2013a).