Maatje

Maatje

A Dutch unit of volume equivalent to 100 milliliters. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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Some researchers have recommended that animals should be inseminated between 12 and 18 h after the onset of estrus to achieve good fertility (Gwasdauskas et al., 1986; Nebel et al., 1994; Maatje et al.,1997).Ghasemzadeh- Nava et al.
Although monitoring the behavioral activity of a cow using a pedometer (Koelsch et al., 1994; Maatje et al., 1997; Roelofs et al., 2005; Brehme et al., 2008) or activity meter attached to her neck or leg (Hockey et al., 2010; Jonsson et al., 2011) is a possible solution, the accuracy of this method may vary according to the devices and the algorithm used (Nebel et al., 2000; At-Taras and Spahr, 2001; Firk et al., 2002; Roelofs et al., 2005; Hockey et al., 2010).
Maatje Mostart, a spokeswoman from the Anne Frank Foundation, which runs the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam where the Jewish teenager hid from the Nazis during the war, said the dispute was "really sad".
Perhaps the words of the Anne Franks museum's spokesman Maatje Mostart should be heeded.
Museum spokeswoman Maatje Mostart confirmed that Bieber visited Friday evening.
about the reception of The Search, quotes Maatje Mostart, head of
(22) Mati refleja esta hibrida indeterminacion etimologica en cuanto su uso es perfectamente congruente con el ingles mate/ matey y con el etimo del holandes de Berbice (Berbice Dutch) maatje, el cual, como mate/matey, tambien denota un amigo cercano (Alsopp, 1996: 376).
Maatje K, Loeffer S, Engel HB (1997) Optimal time of insemination in cows that show visual signs of oestrus by estimating onset of oestrus with pedometers.
'n Motief is die kleinste betekenisdraende eenheid wat tot stand kom deur middel van herhaling en is daarom al die literatuurwetenskaplike morfeem genoem (Maatje, 1977:242).
Although varying results have been reported, it is generally accepted that acute and chronic respiratory diseases and diarrhea occur more frequently in grouphoused veal calves than in individually reared calves (Maatje et al., 1993).