JOHR

AcronymDefinition
JOHRJoint Occupational Health Recommendation (NIOSH)
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Johr, Eds., Color Atlas of Melanocytic Lesions of the Skin, Springer, Berlin, Germany, 2007.
Israeli officials opened the Al-Wadi dam east of Gaza in the wake of torrential rainfall in the region, flooding the refugee camp of Al-Nusseirat, Johr al-Deek village and al-Mughraqa, a suburb of Gaza City.
Groves, Sarah Jeannette, Caroline Johr, Erin Keenan, Andrew Krug, Kelly Ann Mahoney, Kelly Marie Marsh, Jennifer McFadden, Justin McKee, Jenna Rose Siddon, Brett Williams.
Seventeen year old Hyam Ayash died after being hit by a mortar fired from an Israeli tank into the village of Johr Al Deek.
hot uns nebbich zerrickgestoiBen in dos Schlamassel, in den miessen Zoff furn a rabiaten jidischen Nationalismus, schlimmer wie zweitoisend Johr zerrick." / ("Zionism put us back into the mess of a violent Jewish Nationalism, more than two thousand years back") (p.
Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art from the Peabody Essex Museum by Johr r.
Carol Leech from Liverpool 11, stormed: "May I point out to Mr Johr Miller that not all females are blessed with a figure like Kelly Brook
(1) This number applies to the estimated number of German women raped as the Red Army advanced westward: Sander and Johr estimate the number of women raped in Berlin alone to be over 110.000.
According to Hans Johr, head of agriculture for Nestle and one of the founders of the SAI Platform, the coffee companies compete in marketing but research on sustainability issues can be "pre-competitive." The platform has an active coffee committee looking at those tools needed for sustainability, such as farm assessment instruments.
Robert Johr, director of the Pigmented Lesion Clinic at the University of Miami School of Medicine and an advocate of greater use of the technology, says, "The benefit for the at-risk patient is that I can create a database of [full-body] images and dermoscopy images that I can map out and follow over time." This allows him to identify potential problems early.