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Hey•se

(ˈhaɪ zə)
n.
Paul (Johann von), 1830–1914, German playwright, novelist, poet, and short-story writer: Nobel prize 1910.
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After police consulted with the Cook County state's attorney's office, the teachers were identified as Kristen Lauletta, 32, of Niles; Jessica Heyse, 19, of Des Plaines; and Ashley Helfenbein, 25, of Chicago, Mierzwa said, according to (http://chicago.
Lauletta, 32, of Niles; Jessica Heyse, 19, of Des Plaines; and Ashley Helfenbein, 25, of Chicago.
Heyse and colleagues [27] found that over stuffing after UKA can lead to significantly more valgus and higher strains in the superficial medial collateral ligament.
Por lo demas, Alemania parece un pais verdaderamente obsesionado con los primeros libros: en 1894 Karl Emil Franzos publico una seleccion de testimonios titulada Die Geschichte des Erstlingswerks [La historia de la primera obra] que incluia afirmaciones de Paul Heyse, Theodor Fontane y otros, y Renatus Deckert lo imito en 2007 con una seleccion llamada Das erste Buch [El primer libro] de la que participaron Martin Walser, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Elfriede Jelinek y otros.
Son poemas italianos anonimos, compilados y traducidos al aleman por Paul Heyse, coleccion de inusual belleza.
Heyse (5) is a painful condition associated with a mechanical catching or clunking during active extension following Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA).
Tom Heyse, a video photographer, worked many assignments with Bruce before he retired last year after 42 years.
In statements to journalists outside the courthouse after the hearing, TE-rker said suspect Heyse Topalca should be arrested in line with a previous arrest warrant.
After being reassured that yes, he really can have whatever he wants, he famously responds: "'Nu, oyb azoy--shmeykhelt Bontshe--vil ikh take ale tog, inderfri a heyse bulke mit frisher puter" (13) ("Well, in that case"--smiles Bontshe--"I actually want every day, in the morning, a hot roll with fresh butter
Vesikari T, Matson DO, Dennehy P, Van Damme P, Santosham Rodriguez Z, Dallas MJ, Heyse JF, Goveia MG, Black SB, Shinefield HR, Christie CD, Ylitalo S, Itzler RF, Coia ML, Onorato MT, Adeyi BA, Marshall GS, Gothefors L, Campens D, Karvonen A, Watt JP, O'Brien KL, DiNubile MJ, Clark HF, Boslego JW, Offit PA, Heaton PM.
Eucken and Paul Heyse and the Nobel Prize for Literary Achievement, the intersection between German literature and Latin America, and contemporary German-based hybrid texts as a new world literature.