(79.) Gendel MH, Brooks E, Early SR, Gundersen DC, Dubovsky
SL, Dilts SL, Shore JH.
The designed capacity of that facility is expected to be around 7,000 tons and the company originally plans to make it operational by mid-2018, according to the company's general director Mikhail Dubovsky
Konopelchenko and Dubovsky
 were the first to come up with (1).
et al., Do Data Obtained from Admissions Interviews and Resident Evaluations Predict Later Personal and Practice Problems?, 29 ACAD.
When Patrik Dubovsky
, the archivist in the Nation's Memory Institute (aSPN), was an 18-year-old student, he almost overslept on his first parliamentary elections.
Goldstein, J.H., Thogmartin, W.E., Bagstad, K.J., Dubovsky
, J.A., Mattsson, B.J., Semmens, D.J., Lopez-Hoffman L., and Diffendorfer, J.E.
(12.) Block SL, Yi T, Sheldon E, Dubovsky
F, Falloon J.
Hodas and Dan Dubovsky
published in Clinical Psychiatry News ("FASD and shootings: What's fair?" January 2016, p.
Lewis, according to his biographers Melvyn Dubovsky
and Warren Van Tyne, succeeded in moving labour "from the fringe of the economy to its core".
This fear accords with Dubovsky
's analysis, which shows that Assyria advanced quickly and without opposition southward along the Philistine coast.