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This study aimed to clarify the impact of reducing sodium either by reduction of NaCl to 50 % or replacement with 50% of KCl on some properties of beef sausage fermented with intestinal lactic acid bacteria (i.e., Lactobacillus rhamnosus FERM P-15120).
Kent Ferm is vice president of marketing of United Industries
Llandudno will also host all of the cars overnight as they are placed under "Parc Ferm" conditions before the first stage on Friday.
Areas with exterior doors are vulnerable to humidity if the positive pressure isn't right, says Ola Ferm, partner at Williard Ferm Architects, which designed the Raleigh facility.
To create a shop and reception area for Stockholm's Fotografiska Museum, a photography repository housed in a 1906 Art Nouveau industrial building designed by Swedish architect Ferdinand Boberg, Guise's Jani Kristoffersen and Andreas Ferm were tasked with giving the spaces a distinct identity and, as Kristofferson puts it, "letting function drive formal language." The outcome is a metaphorical design based on clustered Corian-and-polished-steel book modules.
"We consider that there is a group trying to gain control of local drug sales," Ferm andiacute;n G andoacute;mez, Baja California andrsquo;s deputy attorney general for organised crime, told the US San Diego Union-Tribune newspaper.
MICHELLE SPEZIO FERM, owner of Spezio's Dance Dynamics in Buffalo, New York, has no trouble connecting her students to the larger world of dance because it's right under her own roof: Ferm's building houses LehrerDance, choreographer Jon Lehrer's modern jazz touring company.
Those pictured include CDR Kevin Henderson, Supply Officer; LCDR Chuck Dunphy, Assistant Supply Officer; SHCM Leon Hazley, Departmental Leading Chief Petty Officer; LT Rhyss Hizon; SKC Jerilynn Pruske; ENS Vivian Maner; CSCS Greg Foster; CSCS Louvenia James; LTJG May Wedlund; LT Scott Lewis; SKCS Charles Talbert; LTJG Marina Witwer; SKCS Doug Ferm; SKCM Kai Hagen (German Navy); and LT Mike Eagan.
A WU-YS05 strain (Patent Microorganism Depository Center: Accession number: FERM P-18660) belonging to Pseudonocardiaceae is effective as the microorganism.