LINSE

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LINSELinguistik-Server Essen (University Essen, Germany)
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Linse, K., Griffiths, H.J., Barnes, D.K., Brandt, A., Davey, N., David, B., Grave, A.D., d'Acoz, C.D., Eleaume, M., Adrian G.G., Lenaig, G.H., Christopher, M., Rafael, M.L., Tomas, M., Mark, O.L., Pierrat, B., Saucede, T., Chester, J.S., Strugenll, J.M.
The scaly-foot gastropod Chrysomallon squamiferum Chen, Linse, Copley & Rogers, 2015 was found only at the Kairei vent field, co-occurring with Alviniconcha marisindica Okutani in Johnston et al., 2014 (Table 1).
Instructors at any institution, regardless of how they're doing with service or research, are expected to excel in teaching--more so now than ever before, says Linse. She cites higher tuition, lean budgets and an increased need for accountability as reasons why.
Mrs Linse, who is in her 30s, was also grabbed by the neck and choked to the point where she claimed she couldn't breathe for five seconds.
As Butter and Linse (2008) emphasize, companies have begun to add value through the optimal orchestration of their foreign suppliers.
(3.) Cedervall T, Lynch I, Lindman S, Berggard T, Thulin E, Nilsson H, Dawson KA, Linse S.
Circadian's design team is headed up by Tamasine McNabb, who worked at a number of Amsterdam-based design studios including UXUS, Studio Linse, and set up her own design firm Tamasine, before relocating to Dubai in 2013.
Simply put, clearly identifying goals, rationales, starting conditions, appropriate design, and principles of implementation to achieve optimal learning outcomes (Reddick, Jacobson, Linse, & Yong, 2007).
[15] and Linse and Forsen [16] have shown the finely tuned metal-binding ability of the EF-hand motif.