n.1.A carver.
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Schipper IB, Steyerberg EW, Castelein RM, van der Heijden FH, den Hoed PT, Kerver AJ, et al.
Over the entrance to Rhosbeirio, engraved in plaster, is "1638 RK" - the latter being the initials for Richard Kerver, believed to be the Master of the King's Works who helped build Beaumaris quay by shipping stone from the dissolved Llanfaes Friary.
Versteeg HH, Schaffner F, Kerver M, Ellies LG, Andrade-Gordon P, Mueller BM, Ruf W.
In 2004, Schipper IB, Steyerberg EW and Kerver AJH did a randomized comparison of the gamma nail and proximal femoral nail of 424 cases.
94) In keeping with the rejection of Dibdinian accumulation manifest in his Auckland liturgical manuscripts, he sent back to Cape Town the 1503 Kerver printed book of hours in his hand luggage (perhaps the one he apostrophised), and bought no more of them, though they were offered for sale at affordable prices throughout the latter half of the nineteenth century.
These recruitment methods resulted in a nonprobability, self-selected sample of 47 participants The recruitment method is similar to other piloted, church-based interventions (McNabb, Quinn, Kerver Cook & Karrison, 1997).
Another student, Shannon Kerver, said, "I don't think the visit of the Pope will achieve a lot for the country.
58) Similarly, Yolande Bonhomme, widow of the Paris printer Thielman Kerver, had incorporated Copland's Psalter of Jesus--STC 14563 (1529)--into a primer by August 1532 (STC 15978).
Other local museums represented included the Fitchburg Art Museum, with three ladies dressed as Queen Nefertiti, a Nigerian woman, and a Greek woman; the Museum of Russian Icons and the Gallery of African Art, both in Clinton; and the Clinton Historical Society, which had members Elaine Patterson and Lisa Kerver of Clinton dressed in Civil War-era garb.
Schipper IB, Steyerberg EW, Castelein RM, Heijden FH, Hoed PT, Kerver AJ, Vugt AB.
Song y Kerver (13) examinaron la asociacion entre el consumo de huevo y el colesterol serico en mas de 20 000 participantes, en la 3a Encuesta Nacional de Salud y Nutricion de los Estados Unidos (NHANES III), y hallaron que quienes consumieron un huevo o menos a la semana tuvieron un promedio de colesterol ligeramente alto en comparacion con aquellos que consumieron 4 o mas huevos por semana (197 versus 193 mg/ dL, p<0,01).