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Blankenburg

(blăng`kənbo͝ork),

Blankenburg am Harz

(äm härts), or

Bad Blankenburg

(bät`), city (1994 pop. 18,680), Saxony-Anhalt, E central Germany. It is a spa located at the northern foot of the Harz Mts. and is also known for its tree and seed nurseries, ironworks, and stone quarries. During his residence in Blankenburg (1837–45), the educator Friedrich Froebel founded the first kindergarten.

Blankenburg

 

(Blankenburg am Harz), a city in the German Democratic Republic, in Magdeburg district (Bezirk), on the north slope of the Harz. Population, 19,600 (1967). Blankenburg is a balneological health resort (with a mud-therapy clinic) and tourist center. Industry consists of cast-iron production, machine-building (for transport, sanitary equipment, gas appliances, and so on), and woodworking.

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Roser T, Bonfert M, Ebinger F, Blankenburg M, Ertl-Wagner B, Heinen F.
NIH-funded researchers at UC San Francisco and Stanford's School of Medicine echo these findings, stating that the most difficult task was not equipping students with BSS knowledge, but providing supportive clinical environments conducive to developing, honing, and applying BSS skills in practice settings (Satterfield, Harman, & Blankenburg, 2016).
I added something that was missing from the team, just as German sweeper Horst Blankenburg (above) was brought to Ajax when I was there.
Ademas, Philiastides, Auksztelewicz, Heekeren & Blankenburg (2011) mostraron resultados en los que la integracion de evidencia de los estimulos es relevante en el momento de tomar decisiones de tipo perceptual, pues a partir de neuroimagenes se determina la participacion del CPF dorsolateral en este proceso.
Chetty and Blankenburg Holm 2000; McDougall and Oviatt 2000; Young et al.
So introducing this new rule in certain areas of the city first and for a small periods will probably get the people more used to such an idea," said Blankenburg who was also of the opinion that more should be done however to 'make cars less affordable' compared to other parts of the world.
Values and norms foreign culture Blankenburg Holm in foreign markets (2000); Lindstrand et al.
Hechler T, Blankenburg M, Friedrichsdorf SJ, et al.
La internacionalizacion de empresas se divide en 4 perspectivas de estudio, que son: la perspectiva economica (Kindleberger, 1969; Hymer, 1976), la perspectiva de procesos (Johanson y Wiedersheim-Paul, 1975; Cavusgil, 1980; Melin, 1992; Cancino y La Paz, 2010), la teoria de redes (Ford, 1980; Johanson y Mattson, 1988; Blankenburg Holm, 2000) y la perspectiva de las empresas de rapida internacionalizacion (international new ventures) o born global (Knight y Cavusgil, 2004).
More conciliatory overtones can be found in Harcourt and Omar Hamouda (1988), and, more recently, in Lavoie (2010) and Arena and Blankenburg (2013).
Looking for technology solutions for a new automatic train brake tester, FEW Blankenburg GmbH - a German company providing maintenance service for rail material - contacted MST.