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Anderssen

(ˈændəsən)
n
(Biography) Adolf (ˈaːdɔlf). 1818–79, German chess player: noted for the incisiveness of his combination play
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His name was Sven Anderssen, his one pride being that his patronymic was spelt with a double "s.
On the technical side, designers Anderssen & Voll used bicycle frame welding to inform its construction.
Research has suggested that wearing accelerometers could motivate students to engage in more PA (Dyrstad, Hansen, Holme, & Anderssen, 2014).
Temperatures hit 50C during desert scenes with Olafur Darri - journalist Stefan Anderssen.
8) Anderssen S et al show that diet and diet+exercise are about equally effective in reducing blood pressure and the effects may be dependent on the baseline level.
After a three-pointer from Duncan Tompkins had opened the visitors' account, Fox burst down the left wing to extend Kenilworth's advantage, before scrum half Gareth Renowden released Anderssen for their third score.
18) En particular: REGINE ECKARDT, Meaning change in grammaticalization, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2006; JAN ANDERSSEN, Quantification, misc, tesis doctoral, Universidad de Massachusetts, Amherst, 2011; HELENA HERBURGER, What counts: Focus and quantification, M.
Rokling-Andersen MH, Reseland JE, Veierod MB, Anderssen SA, Jacobs DRJ, Urdal P, et al.
Professor Ingar Holme and colleague Sigmund Alfred Anderssen of the Department of Sports Medicine at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences (Oslo, Norway) studied data obtained from men taking part in the Oslo Study, which began in the 1970s.