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Elsass

(ˈɛlzas)
n
(Placename) the German name for Alsace
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Noun1.Elsass - a region of northeastern France famous for its winesElsass - a region of northeastern France famous for its wines
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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Program highlights include: Elsass Copper Prospect - a newly discovered area of chalcopyrite mineralization in outcrop and boulders identified over an estimated width of 40 to 60 m and strike length of at least 1 km
The seller was Millennium LLC of Fayetteville, led by Gary Head and Kirk Elsass. Head is the CEO of Signature Bank and Elsass is a senior vice president with Lindsey & Associates.
Thanks are due to Ferne Elsass for her help with wound care and to Suzanne Quesnel for her help in the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory.
This work was supported by grants from the Danish Medical Research Council (FSS) and the Elsass Fonden.
[10.] Sorensen BL, Elsass P, Nielsen BB, Massawe S, Nyakina J, Rasch V.
[62.] Wurtzen H, Dalton SO, Elsass P, Sumbundu AD, Steding-Jensen M, Karlsen RV, et al.
Though research evidence on perception of politics suggests that POP incites employees in impression management behavior (Bolino, 1999; Ralston & Elsass, 1989) and conformity (Cavazza & Mucchi-Faina, 2008); it falls short of explaining the interplay of the two during conflicting individual and organizational values.
[10] Wurtzen H, Dalton S, Elsass P, Sumbundu A, Steding- Jensen M, Johansen C, et al.
Angela Elsass, Ed.D., is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Arkansas.
These mixtures exhibit complex XRD reflections combining several poorly resolved maxima (Righi and Elsass 1996).