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1. the stems or stalks of beans, peas, potatoes, grasses, etc., collectively, as used for thatching, bedding, etc.
2. a single stem of such a plant
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Among other interests, Halm was an accomplished amateur violinist and this brought him into close contact with Karl N.
12 (amazingly performed by Gerard Bouwhuis), and musical portraits of the persons with whom Ponc associated (Alois Halm.
Mario Victorino recoge de hecho, segun la edicion de Halm, estos preceptos en una especie de cuadro sinoptico (Halm 1863, 207) similar al que aparece en el cuadro 1:
These are not the only factors a patient should be considering--individual health and experience of the surgeon and hospital team count, too--but, hopefully, with this formula, patients and doctors can more accurately individualize the risk of complications," Halm concludes.
Chapter 1 is a biographical sketch of Halm based primarily on unpublished diaries, notebooks, lesson plans, lecture notes, essays, and correspondence with friends, publishers, musicians (including Schenker), conductors, writers, and most importantly, his wife.
In her first column, Halm discusses chest tube manipulation, offering an overview of the evidence dealing with whether milking or stripping chest tubes increases patency and prevents cardiac compression in postoperative cardiac surgery patients.
The history of the museum and the formation of the collections are explored in well-researched essays by Koos Levy-Van Halm, Neeltje Kohler and Epco Runia.
Federal police spokesman Armin Halm said there was a bed and a toilet in the cramped hiding place which also had a sink and was littered with piles of books.
Halm of the department of health policy at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York.
Halm and his colleagues gave internal medicine house officers and attending physicians at four teaching hospitals in New York City and northern New Jersey a pocket guide with the average wholesale prices for more than 100 drugs commonly used in primary care.
But Halm does cook with less-expensive, good-quality commercial balsamics, noting, ``I am treating balsamic as a cooking liquid (like vinegar) that has both sweetness and sourness.
Conducted by a research team led by Mount Sinai School of Medicine's Ethan Halm, the study was based on 559 hospital patients in the New York metropolitan area who were admitted and discharged in 1997 and 1998.