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Rom·berg

 (rŏm′bərg), Sigmund 1887-1951.
Hungarian-born American composer of operettas, including The Student Prince (1924).

Romberg

(ˈrɒmbɜːɡ)
n
(Biography) Sigmund. 1887–1951, US composer of operettas, born in Hungary. He wrote The Student Prince (1924) and The Desert Song (1926)

Rom•berg

(ˈrɒm bɜrg)

n.
Sigmund, 1887–1951, U.S. composer, born in Hungary.
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Parry-Romberg syndrome (PRS), also known as progressive facial hemiatrophy, was first described by Caleb Hillier Parry in 1825 and Moritz Heinrich Romberg in 1846.
1767 Andreas Romberg, German violinist and composer (died 1821) 1791 Samuel Morse, inventor of Morse Code (died 1872).
When compared with English-language American operettas of the period, epitomized by those of European immigrants Rudolf Friml and Sigmund Romberg, Die goldene kale exhibits several common features.
In the tandem Romberg test, the two groups showed different values both before and after the KS intervention (P = 0.012 and P = 0.045, respectively).
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President Tsai Ing-wen said Thursday she was saddened to learn that famous American scholar Alan Romberg had died and she said he will be missed.
The Sunday March 18 Aberfoyle recital will include works by composers Dragonetti, Elgar, Gounod, Keyper, Neher and Romberg.
By random Romberg algorithm and random numerical computation, the shadowing distance is obtained.
In this study, we investigated the role of vestibular rehabilitation in patients with bilateral vestibular dysfunction by comparing vestibular, visual, somatosensory, preferential, and global scores, and Romberg's quotient, in the sensory organization test (SOT).
(additional contributions by Michael Romberg, retired civil servant and freelance writer)
Parry-Romberg Syndrome (PRS), also called as Progressive hemifacial atrophy, was first described by Caleb Parry in 1825 and later by Moritz Romberg in 1846 (1).