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konig

[′kō·nig]
(optics)
The X tristimulus value.
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Bell was helped by his father, who taught him the laws of acoustics; by Helmholtz, who taught him the influence of magnets upon sound vibrations; by Koenig and Leon Scott, who taught him the infinite variety of these vibrations; by Dr.
According to research by Koenig and Len Ponzi, Long Island University doctoral candidate, a management fad is an innovative concept or technique promoted as the forefront of progress that then diffuses rapidly among early adopters eager to gain a competitive advantage.
Koenig is director of the Center for the Study of Aging, Religion/Spirituality, and Health at Duke University Medical Center.
DOUG KOENIG WINS HIS FIFTH CUP, AN UNPRECEDENTED FEAT OF HANDGUNNING SKILL.
Victoria Koenig and Kevin Myers, artistic director and associate director, respectively, of Inland Pacific Ballet, have devised a specific and purposeful game plan for growing their small classical company, based about forty miles east of downtown Los Angeles.
The idea came from long-time astronomy enthusiast Dean Koenig, whose goal is to preach the gospel of amateur astronomy to as many people as he can reach.
As an NFB veteran of Unit B and one of the leading members of he direct-cinema movement, Kroitor contributed to the groundbreaking Candid Eye series and directed the legendary Lonely Boy with Wolf Koenig, which won Film of the Year at the 1963 Canadian Film Awards.
He went on to record work by other Californian pioneers such as Koenig, Schindler, Ellwood and the Eames.
Subsidy bodies and TV station funders originally shunned the courtroom drama -- so much so that it took the energies of eminent actor Goetz George and his producer Werner Koenig to get the thing made.
Harold Koenig, a Duke University psychiatrist, said his study indicates that people who regularly watch religious programming have higher blood pressure than people who get their religion in a house of worship.
The novel follows the efforts of Colonel Carlos Eugenio de Moori Koenig to dispose of the corpse properly.
"Jayark decided they had taken on more than they wanted," said Les Koenig, current president of Evco and former executive vice president of Creative Home.