Dahlin


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Dah´lin

    (dä´lĭn)
n.1.(Chem.) A variety of starch extracted from the dahlia; - called also inulin. See Inulin.
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James Dahlin (233) led Team Minnesota and finished as the high spinal-cord injury winner.
When Chalmers researcher Andreas Dahlin and his PhD student Kunli Xiong were working on placing conductive polymers on nanostructures, they discovered that the combination would be perfectly suited to creating electronic displays as thin as paper.
amp;nbsp;The 35-year-old Dahlin had co-founded the Chinese Urgent Action Working Group, which provided legal assistance.
We've definitely had more of a shortage this year than in the past," says Transportation Services Supervisor Scott Dahlin.
None of them seriously troubled Dahlin and Sparv (above) showed Saints how to do it when he lashed a 25-yarder into the bottom corner but refused to celebrate out of respect to the club who made him.
His turn-and-shot from 20 yards took a deflection and looped over keeper Johan Dahlin but agonisingly crashed off the post.
Dahlin, 82 of Holden passed away peacefully Wednesday, February 13, 2013 in Oakdale Nursing Center with his family by his side.
Susan Dahlin was summoned to the hospital to perform a cesarean section to deliver K's baby.
FORMER Sweden star Martin Dahlin believes England's young guns must fire if they're to fill the huge hole created by Wayne Rooney's three match Euro ban.
Bjarsmyr, who is valued at pounds 2million, said: "I received a call from someone telling me about Rangers' interest but I referred him to my agent Martin Dahlin.
Purcell and Dahlin have Bachelor of Science degrees.
Associate Vice-President of Applied Research and Business Development Eric Dahlin says, "We have one project underway that involves a contract in partnership with Materials Manufacturing Ontario, one of the province's Centres of Excellence.