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William Steven Baer, (9) fascia lata interposition described by Eric Lexer, (10) and gold foil interposition described by Sir Robert Jones.
Haddi was named aACAyKing of the Mountains' after he left Roman Van Uden of New Zealand and Lexer Mark John Galedo from the Philippines in second and third place respectively in the second stage of the race held over 136 kilometres between Umm Al Quwain and Kalba.
glacial refugia) through founder effects and bottlenecks as a result of multiple stepwise colonization events (Hewitt, 1996; Widmer and Lexer, 2001; Jim6nez et al.
The duo, Glynn Jaine from Birchencliffe in Huddersfield and Bridget Gray from Scotland, have already written and recorded one album and their music is for sale on Erasure's Lexer Music website.
The lexer part of the ANTLR extracts program tokens and stores the data in a data structure called statement_info.
The first one consists in a JAVA lexer and parser, allowing to treat ASK queries, in order to enrich them with words taken from an ontology and to transform them into a formula interpretable on the logic structures defined above.
The ability to write a general lexer and/or parser in a language like Visual Basic is extremely useful, due to the string oriented nature of many VB applications.
Osteochondral allograft (OCA) transplantation has an extensive history dating back to the early twentieth century, when Erich Lexer treated two patients with free osteochondroplasty for post-septic knee ankylosis.
Dr Parse deploys True Canonical LR(1) language-independent lexer and parse generators and can support multiple Canonical LR parse engines in a single application.
Matthias Lexer, Mittelhochdeutsches Handworterbuch (Leipzig, 1872-8), 1, 1936, records meanings such as 'weisheit, klugheit, schlauheit, wissenschaft, kunst'.
The apportioning of texts between the Findebuch project and Reichmann's dictionary of Early Modern German (Fruhneuhochdeutsches Worterbuch (Berlin: de Gruyter, 1989-)) means that the Findebuch, unlike Lexer or BMZ, is based on texts which everybody can agree are MHG, although there is some overlap up to c.