POTZ

AcronymDefinition
POTZPreferred Optimum Temperature Zone (veterinary science)
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(44.) Richard Potz and Brigitte Schinkele, Religion and Law in Austria, (Alphen aan den Rijn: Wolters Kluwer, 2016); Stefan Schima, "Gutachten von Stefan Schima zum Entwurf zum 'Islamgesetz,'"(October 28, 2014), retrieved May 11, 2017, from https://www.parlament.gv.at/PAKT/VHG/XXV/SNME/SNME_02194/imfname_372317.
IX), asi como por dos Textes introductifs; el primero de ellos --cuyo autor es Richard Potz (Viena)--se titula, en el Indice, Considerations generales, pero luego, en la p.
(1.) Rosemary Potz McGerr, ed., The Pilgrimage of the Soul: A Critical Edition of the Middle English Dream Vision, vol.
Boris Bigalke, [1,2] * Oliver Potz, [3] Elisabeth Kremmer, [4] Tobias Geisler, [1] Peter Seizer, [1] Valentina O.
* provide the appropriate temperature and humidity (POTZ) for reptile species.
Erich Potz (1985, 23) points out that De raptu is perhaps the first poem to put Pluto in a favorable light through humanization.
Potz, "Die Anerkennung der islamischen Glaubensgemeinschafl in Osterreich," in Johannes Schwartlander, Freiheit der Religion Christentum und Islam unter dem Anspruch der Menschenrechte (Mainz, 1993), pp.135-146.
Still, retailers such as Carolina H20 owner Joe Potz in Shallotte, N.C., say that many manufacturers actually encourage parts replacement rather than making infield repairs.
From the Department of Pathology, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Medical College, New York, NY (Drs Sahoo and Rosen); the Department of Pathology, Holy Redeemer Hospital and Medical Center, Meadowbrook, Pa (Dr Smith); and Abington Hematology Oncology Associates, Inc, Abington, Pa (Dr Potz).
Khittel, The Law Concerning the Black Communities in Columbia: Ethnic Rights or Anti-Discrimination Rights?, in LAW & ANTHROPOLOGY 265, 279 (Rene Kuppe & Richard Potz eds., 1999) (documenting interest divergence between indigenous groups and black communities in Columbia).
His political reorientation, derisively if euphemistically characterized as an 'Erholungspause', is typical of West Germany's foreshortened and perfunctory denazification: the cynical and deliberate ineffectuality of postwar 're-education', of course, is censured in much of Walser's work, and most famously in the figure of Potz in Eiche und Angora (1963).
(22.) Johnson AP, Potz N, Waight P, Gungabissoon U, Livermore DM, Pebody R, et al.