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kayser

[′kī·zər]
(spectroscopy)
A unit of reciprocal length, especially wave number, equal to the reciprocal of 1 centimeter. Also known as rydberg.
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Maison Kayser serves French artisanal fare, creating freshly baked goods that are made daily onsite.
Kayser said five megatrends are shaping the world of tomorrow and accelerating changes in the markets--a growing and aging population, climate change, globalization, urbanization, and digital transformation.
Something as seemingly inconsequential as word choice can ruin your relationships and alter the course of your entire life, says Kayser.
Kayser played under Cotter for three years atClermont Auvergne until the popular head coach left to take up the reins at Murrayfield in the summer.
It is our ambition to make Eric Kayser the best bakery in town, driven by a neighbourhood approach and marked by superb quality bread and other artisan products.
They have a lot of experience and we know the level of pressure they can put on a team, especially in the ruck area, in the lineouts and always at the fringe of being penalised and putting pressure on teams," explained Kayser.
Impulsivity is a risk factor for addiction to many substances, and it has been suggested that people with lower dopamine levels in the frontal cortex tend to be more impulsive," said lead author Andrew Kayser, PhD, an investigator at Gallo and an assistant professor of neurology at UCSF.
com)-- June 22nd will mark the return of the storied Lincoln brand to the Kayser Automotive Group family of dealerships.
Sarah Kayser of the University Hospital of Bonn (Germany), who presented the findings at the meeting.
Editors Kayser (physics, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory), Holstein (physics, U.