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schnorr

(ʃnɔː)
vb (tr)
to obtain something or try to obtain something by begging or persuasion
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Verb1.schnorr - obtain or seek to obtain by cadging or wheedling; "he is always shnorring cigarettes from his friends"
beg - ask to obtain free; "beg money and food"
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The research team, composed of anthropologists, microbial ecologists, molecular biologists, and analytical chemists, and led in part by Stephanie Schnorr and Amanda Henry of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, compared the Hadza gut microbiota to that of urban living Italians, representative of a "westernized" population.
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Other authors of the paper are graduate student Jonathan Weis and postdocs Jan Schnorr and Birgit Esser.
THE GOOD LIFE: Sir William Russell-Flint's Song of Solomon, painted in 1909 (above) and (left) the same scene depicted in a 19th century engraving by Julius Schnorr Carolsfeld DIRTY DANCING: Rebecca Brewer and Mark Quartley in rehearsal for Song of Songs.
Simon Schnorr, a London-based marine client director at Aon Risk Solutions, a unit of the world's largest insurance broker, told Bloomberg that vessels carrying oil from Iran will have to use "questionable" insurance, which some tanker firms may be unwilling to do.
But with a First-World economy, the State of Israel no longer needs a quasi-official body to schnorr overseas to meet government responsibilities.
However, their scheme is less efficient than the original Schnorr signature since the computation of verification increases linearly with the number of signers in the group.
There, although Ruskin remained hostile and the Pre- Raphaelites divided, the teaching of 'Sacred Subjects' in Victorian art education bore (through Lord Lindsay's enthusiasm) a strong Nazarene imprint while, as Julius Schnorr told his father in 1825, 'English collectors literally snatched the drawings (for his Picture-Bible) out of my hands'.
For more information, please contact Marcia Schnorr at mschnorr@rochelle.