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Gorizia

(Italian ɡoˈrittsja)
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(Placename) a city in NE Italy, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, on the Isonzo River: cultural centre under the Hapsburgs. Pop: 35 667 (2001). German name: Görz Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian name: Gorica
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JAMES GOERZ, University of Montana--Missoula, Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, Missoula, MT 59812; JARED OYSTER, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Spokane, WA 99216; Pennsylvania Game Commission, Harrisburg, PA; RICH HARRIS (*), Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Olympia, WA 98501; richard.harris@dfw.wa.gov.
In 1903, the German companies Goerz and Bermpohl assembled for Prokudin-Gorskythe special camera for color photography according to Miethe's drawings.
Jared Goerz, Pillitteri Estates Winery's export manager, explained that a red wine with good tannins and acidity is the best match for a nicely marbled steak because the tannins bond with the salivary proteins in your mouth and the fat from the steak.
[12.] Raupp U, Milde P, Goerz G, Plewig G, Burnett J, Heeger T.
Team trust has been associated with several positive attitude and behavior such as commitment, extra role behavior, problem-solving; and it urges members to perform these actions voluntarily (Goerz & Tsambaos, 1978).
Goerz, "Lipid composition and synthesis of HaCaT cells, an immortalized human keratinocyte line, in comparison with normal human adult keratinocytes," Experimental Dermatology, vol.
Veteran Canadian bass Thomas Goerz sounded amazingly fresh and resonant in Titurel's brief intonings, sung from stage right.
[135.] Merk H, Rumpf M, Bolsen K, Wirth G, Goerz G: Inducibility of
(36) Larry Peterson in collaboration with Phyllis Seymour, Ed Goerz, Brad Lennon, Paul Webb, and Bob Gay, Transforming Our Organizations Towards Justice: Organizational Transformation Project of the Urban Core Support Network (Toronto: Division of Mission in Canada, United Church of Canada, 1992), 21-4.
Goerz, "MHz repetition rate solid-state driver for high current induction accelerators," Particle Accelerator Conference, 423-427, 1999.
It was a selected Karabiner 98AZ with a civilian scope made by Goerz; these reached the front in the spring of 1915.