RAUW

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RAUWRwanda Association of University Women
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Rauw, "A simulink environment for flight dynamics and control analysis," Application to the DHC-2 'Beaver', Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, 1993.
They include Filipe Alves, Wolfgang Arnold, Thomas Bergmann, Luis Carreira, Remi Fahed, Alberto Fernando, Gerhard Fischer, Jose Sanchez Gallego, Filipe Dias, Thomas Hunger, Robin Leadbeater, Tony Moffat, Thierry Morel, Gregor Rauw, Norbert Reinecke, Jose Ribeiro, Nando Romeo, Eva Santos, Lothar Schanne, Otmar Stahl, Barbara und Berthold Stober, Nelson Viegas, Klaus Vollmann and Udo Zlender.
Damien Thiry, Marc Saulmont, Shino Takaki, Klara De Rauw, Jean-Noel Duprez, Atsushi Iguchi, Denis Pierard, Jacques G.
Feeding rate, duration of feeding and feed intake (Rauw et al., 2006) feeding frequency, and activity level are different among species.
In 1996 a Belgian team led by Gregor Rauw studied the very massive Wolf-Rayet star WR22 and measured a minimum mass of 72 Suns.
There is an increasing interest in the use of various measures of developmental instability to understand a wide range of ecological and evolutionary problems (Moller and Swaddle, 1997; Thornhill and Moller, 1997; Rauw, 2009).
[13] GOMEZ, R.L.; PRIEST, K.; RAUW, M.W.; OKOMO, A.M.; THAIN, D.; BRUCE, B.; RINK, A.; TORELL, R.; GRELLMAN, L.; NARAYANAN, R.; BEATTIE, W.C.
* Gregor Rauw and his colleagues measured the radial velocities of the two stars in WR 20a (November 2004, page 16).