jauch

jauch

[yau̇k]
(meteorology)
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In engineering terms, this can be broken down into some key measures, such as jerk, response time, initial bump, kick, vibration dose value (VDV) and stumble, as shown by Wei et al [1], Yard [2] and Jauch et al [9].
Jauch et al (2011) made a case that at most, it is only the new black middle class, a small elite and politicians that have benefited from the post-independence economic returns.
com)-- Gasaway Maintenance Company hired Kristina Jauch as inside sales and customer service.
20) El teniente coronel y sargento mayor del cuerpo fueron, respectivamente, Carlos Ignacio Niderist y Carlos Francisco Jauch (21), dos militares de vital importancia en los anos siguientes, como veremos, para el servicio de regimientos suizos en Espana y Napoles.
Algumas outras leituras podem tambem auxiliar autores e avaliadores sobre itens importantes nas revisoes como, por exemplo, Jauch e Wall (1989), Kohli (2011), Ortinau (2011).
Jauch EC, Saver JL, Adams HP Jr, et al; American Heart Association Stroke Council; Council on Cardiovascular Nursing; Council on Peripheral Vascular Disease; Council on Clinical Cardiology.
Jauch E, Saver J, Adams H, Bruno A, Connors J, Damaerschalk B, Khatri P, McMullan P, Qureshi A, Rosenfield K, Scott P, Summers D, Wang D, Wintermark M, Yonas H.
Citing more people turning to emergency departments for their health care than ever before, Tscheschlog, Jauch, and their contributors promote making emergency nursing incredibly easy in the face of health care challenges and issues, with management in flux, and tenuous reimbursement for physicians in primary care fields.
The footage shown during the Guenther Jauch weekly talk show on Germany's ARD channel late Sunday prompted an immediate and vehement rebuttal by the maverick Greek minister who was a guest on the program.
She was actually on target for gold until the final jump of the event, when the USA's Erin Jauch overtook her.