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see mudpuppymudpuppy,
common name for North American salamanders of the genus Necturus, found in rivers and streams throughout the E United States and SE Canada. The name derives from an erroneous belief that mudpuppies bark; they are also called waterdogs.
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The olm seems to fit a pattern, where long lives are dependent upon low-stress, stable environments without predators.
Hypothesis 2: The structures (OLMs) of organizational learning will be positively related to OCBs that benefit the organization as a whole (OCBO) and to OCBs that immediately benefit particular individuals (OCBI).
She is also an adjunct faculty member with the Association of Research Libraries, Office of Leadership and Management Services of the (ARL OLMS) and a consultant to libraries that are restructuring.
John Krumpelmann, reprint of 1829 (Hildesheim: Olms, 1972); Charles Sealsfield, Der Legitime und die Republikaner, Samtliche Werke, Vols.
Living at 11 to 12[degrees] Celsius, olms don't mature sexually until about age 11 for males and 14 for females.
(Indices zur lateinischen Literatur der Renaissance, 2.) Mainz: Georg Olms, 1998.
Stillings as The Practical Harmonist at the Keyboard, [New Haven: Yale School of Music, 1963]), Johann David Heinichen's Der General-Bass in der Composition (Dresden, 1728; reprint, Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag, 1969), and Johann Mattheson's Grosse General-Bass Schule (Hamburg, 1731; reprint, Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag, 1968).
(Studien zur Kunstgeschichte, 97.) Hildesheim, Zurich, New York: Olms, 1995.