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Merke

A Norwegian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 250 grams.
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Irena Arandjelovic, [1] Matthias Merker, [1] Elvira Richter, Thomas A.
(14.) Vranceanu A-M, Merker VL, Park E, Plotkin SR.
Dewey DuHodway * Howard Harris * Melissa Naroski Merker * Scott Smith
(11.) Haring HU, Merker L, Seewaldt-Becker E, et al; EMPA-REG MET Trial Investigators.
Merker, "Nonrigid spherical real analytic hypersurfaces in [C.sup.2]," Complex Variables and Elliptic Equations, vol.
Annie Patterson, Meghan Merker & Mona Shiber, illustrators
Among the topics are animalism and the remnant-person problem, feelings about the self, empirical and conceptual clarifications regarding the notion of "core-self" from Gallagher's and Merker's behavioral-neuroscientific proposals, and the reality of the virtual self as interface to the social world.
The world leaders joined French President Francois Hollande, including British Prime Minister David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merker and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
Mercedes-Benz R&D India officiating chairman, Thomas Merker, said, 'The India R&D centre plays a crucial role in our global R&D organisation, with 200 patents filed for innovation in automotive development since our entry into India 18 years ago.'
"When we look at the fact that the average age of today's farmer is getting close to 60, we know that we have to do something to engage and attract younger growers," says Lorrie Ford Merker, MBG's vice president for grower relations and cooperative affairs.
In July 1943 he appointed Otto Merker, an impetuous forty-year-old industrial engineer with extensive experience in automobile and fire-engine manufacturing, to head the Main Committee for Ship Construction.
Rebar, a San Francisco interdisciplinary studio working at the intersection of art, design, and ecology to engage in "creative repurposing of familiar elements to produce new meaning" (Merker, 2010, p.