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knosp

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(Architecture) an architectural or decorative feature in the shape of a flower bud
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Faculty: Jory Hancock-Director, James Clouser, Tammy Dyke-Compton, Amy Ernst, Elizabeth George, Suzanne Knosp, Melissa Lowe, Douglas Nielsen, Michael Williams, Sam Watson.
Between the end of 2014 and the first months of 2015, the Royal Library acquired some music autographs of the Belgian composers Leon Frings, Guillaume Lekeu, and Gaston Knosp and, thanks to some donors, also extended its collections with hundreds of printed and manuscript scores, with one hundred letters written by the Belgian musicologist Paul Collaer during the First World War, and with the music archives of the Belgian organologist Jean-Pierre Felix (who died in 2014).
Stavrou I, Baumgartner C, Frischer JM, Trattnig S, Knosp E.
Bertalanffy A, Gelpi E, Knosp, Koperek O E, Neuner M, Prayer D, Roessler K.
In the study the authors tried to find a solution to pre-design the implant based on the real geometry of the patient's skeleton [Saringer W, Nobauer-Huhmann I, Knosp E.
Mock, Gretchen to the Hct to Cress, Laura Knosp, document the Lori Lobas, and deayed versus Robert L.
Former Saugus baseball standout Jeff Knosp, a fast outfielder who batted close to .
Knosp for obtaining blood samples for the split-sample in vitro study.
Desktop assessments with robust tools such as SysTrack significantly help customers accelerate the benefits of desktop virtualization and validate the optimal path to implementation in their organizations," said Andy Knosp, Senior Director of VMware Professional Services, VMware.
Bertalanffy A, Roessler K, Koperek O, Gelpi E, Prayer D, Knosp E.
Making an impression: Baseball player Jeff Knosp has made the most of his 61 at-bats.