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Yssel:

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, river, 72 mi (116 km) long, branching from the Neder Rijn (Lower Rhine) River near Arnhem, E Netherlands, and flowing N into the Ketelmeer (an arm of the IJsselmeer), near Kampen. The IJssel is connected to the Rhine and carries about one tenth of the Rhine's water.
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, river, Netherlands.

IJssel

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a river in the central Netherlands: a distributary of the Rhine, flowing north to the IJsselmeer. Length: 116 km (72 miles)
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(80.) Ghannam S, Pene J, Moquet-Torcy G, Jorgensen C, Yssel H.
Handsome young classical singer Louis Yssel has raised the roof with O Sole Mio - and made me really fancy a Cornetto.
Zander Yssel, Godwin High School, "Laminar Airflow over Seawater"
Featuring the singing, dancing and acting talents of Johnny Amobi, Gavin James Burke, Jane Watkins and Louis Yssel -- all seasoned West End performers -- it was a trip down memory lane for enthusiasts of musicals.Ranging from the 1936 classic Your Feet's Too Big brought to Broadway in 1978 in Ain't Misbehavin to I Want To Be Free and Somebody To Love from the Queen musical We Will Rock You; with stops along the way to honour Grease, West Side Story, Chicago, Cabaret and more, it was a musical treat that made us all forget the cold wind blowing outside.Sadly, for the Thursday performance at least, there wasn't anything like a full house.
It will star the extremely talented Louis Yssel, who has been performing for over 10 years having been discovered at 18 in South Africa.
Yssel, and P Chanez, "Enhanced frequency of CD18- and CD49b-expressing T cells in peripheral blood of asthmatic patients correlates with disease severity," International Archives of Allergy and Immunology, vol.
Lisa Yssel and Denise Murorua prevailed in their encounter with Burger and Coetzee, which was decided in a tie-break (7-2), to clinch fifth spot.
Students with disabilities represent an emerging population in institutions of higher education with some estimates reported to have tripled or quadrupled over the past two decades despite being traditionally underrepresented in postsecondary educational settings (Beilke & Yssel, 1999; Olney, Kennedy, Brockelman, & Newsom, 2004; & Palombi, 2000).
(12.) Alix-Panabieres C, Brouillet JP, Fabbro M, Yssel H, Rousset T, Maudelonde T, et al.
Some of these factors were summarized by Schlichte, Yssel, & Merbler (2005) to include large caseloads, lack of behavior management skills, poor or inadequate administrative support, and organizational structure of the school.
Moreover, research on teacher resiliency frequently cites lack of support from one's peers and community as a barrier against continuing to teach in the field (Schlichte, Yssel, & Merbler, 2005).