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Köchel

(German ˈkœçəl)
n
(Classical Music) See K
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(10.) Stoddard ST, Morrison AC, Vazquez-Prokopec GM, Paz Soldan V, Kochel TJ, Kitron U, et al.
(8.) See Tammy Rinehart Kochel, Constructing Hot Spots Policing: Unexamined Consequences for Disadvantaged Populations and for Police Legitimacy, 22 Crim.
Mozart composed over 600 works that are cataloged in the Kochel, and numbered according to the order in which they were composed.
(11.) Dodoff NI KM, Kuduk-Jaworska J, Mastalarz A, Kochel A, Vladimira Vassilieva V, Vassilev N, Trendafilova N, Georgieva I, Lalia-Kantouri M, Apostolova M.
Named after Mozart's piano concerto (Kochel's Catalogue number 456), the robot was shown on the streets as part of the Second Annual New York Avant-Garde Festival in 1964.
But while that intervention appeared to be the start of something new, for researcher and associate professor Tammy Kochel, it was only another step toward the overarching goal.
It has two themes: First, how world class hypersonic wind tunnels went from Peenemunde on the Baltic coast of northern Germany to the scenic town of Kochel, Bavaria, and then to the Navy Ordinance Laboratory in White Oak, Maryland.
Kochel our eldest; Jamil and Wendy and their two roughabouts Emilio and Danilo.