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Bo·chum

 (bō′kəm, -KHo͝om)
A city of west-central Germany in the Ruhr Valley east of Essen. It was chartered in 1321.

Bochum

(German ˈboːxum)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in NW Germany, in W North Rhine-Westphalia: university (1965). Pop: 387 283 (2003 est)

Bo•chum

(ˈboʊ xʊm)

n.
a city in central North Rhine-Westphalia, in W Germany. 413,400.
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(Alliance News) - Business park owner Sirius Real Estate Ltd has bought another property in Bochum, Germany, it said on Monday.
"This has paved the way for early stage therapy approaches, where the as yet inefficient drugs on which we had pinned our hopes may prove effective," says Professor Klaus Gerwert from the Department of Biophysics at RUB University, in Bochum, Germany.
Bassiouny holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the Faculty of Management and Economics at the Bochum-Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany, where he also completed his post-graduate studies.
Josef-Hospital in Bochum, Germany, and colleagues randomly assigned 9,340 patients with type 2 diabetes at high risk for cardiovascular events to receive either liraglutide (≤1.8 mg daily; 4,668 patients) or placebo (4,672 patients).
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Warsaw is the second European city to launch this innovative service, following a similar roll-out in Bochum, Germany, in May.
It's like you're at home." | Wolves were knocked out at the semi-final stage at the pre-season H-Hotels Cup in Bochum, Germany yesterday.
The activities of 16 partner organizations from 10 countries participating in the project are coordinated by the Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany.
Lena Goring, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany, described digital holography applied in a reflection microscope.
Sebastian Ocklenburg from Bio-psychology department at the University of Bochum, Germany opined, "Our interpretation is that many men consider embraces between men to be something negative; therefore, they tend to perceive hugs as negative even in a neutral situation, such as saying hello".
The chronic wounds not only increase a patient's risk of skin cancer, they also can cause itching, pain, limited mobility, and poor quality of life, wrote Tobias Hirsch, MD, of BG University Hospital Bergmannsheil, Bochum, Germany, and colleagues (Nature.