Gladen

Gla´den


n.1.(Bot.) Sword grass; any plant with sword-shaped leaves, especially the European Iris fœtidissima.
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Kamel F, Engel LS, Gladen BC, Hoppin JA, Alavanja MC, Sandler DP.
The recruiting market for young accounting professionals is a highly competitive and challenging (Gladen & Beed, 2007), thus, recruiting qualified staff has consistently been a major issue for accounting firms (AICPA 2009) (Kimmell et al., 2008; Violette & Chene, 2008).
Annmarie Buabeng, class of 2021, of Schaumburg, Illinois was accepted into the Richter Scholar Summer Research Program at Lake Forest College, where she will spend part of the summer researching alongside Assistant Professor of Chemistry Paul Gladen and Associate Professor of Chemistry Dawn Wiser.
In particular, carfentanil is 10,000 times more potent than morphine and is used to immobilize and capture or anesthetize large animals (O'Donnell, Halpin, Mattson, Goldberger & Gladen, 2017).
The true prevalence of the disease was estimated as described by Rogan and Gladen [36].
(11.) Davis JW, Parks SN, Kaups KL, Gladen HE, O'Donnell-Nicol S.
"Our designs are no longer limited by the size and weight restrictions presented by our former facility," says JEL Chief Engineer Roger Gladen. "It has been a natural progression for us.
BLP-UM Director Paul Gladen connected Henry with several UM business professors who provided their time and expertise to guide Henry through the complexities of raising capital and marketing high-tech.
This calculation was done as described by Rogan and Gladen (1978) (23).
Orally retained deciduous teeth and natal teeth may be seen.17 Gladen reported one out of 10 mothers in Taiwan (Yusheng accident) who were heavily exposed to environmental toxin polyhalogenetated aromatic hydro- carbons (PCB), polychlorinated dibenzofuran (PCDF) gave birth to infants having natal teeth.
Drawing from the Acts of the Apostles, Christians are to, among other things, fellowship with one another, disciple one another, minister to those in need, evangelize, and worship together (Gladen, 2011).