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schlager

(ˈʃlɑːɡer)
n
(Pop Music) music a type of European popular music focusing on love and feelings

schläger

(ˈʃleɪɡə)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a German duelling sword
[German: from schlagen to beat]
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The SQL/ODBC environment allows access to one's database by Microsoft(R) products such as Excel, Word, and Access, as well as other 3rd party ODBC-compliant products," said Rick Schlager, Clearview Vice President.
Ken Schlager, the editor of the Billboard Bulletin, the only daily intended for the industry exclusively, said, ``The great thing about the Bulletin is that it puts Billboard into the daily news arena for the first time after 103 years of being weekly.
Karlheinz Schlager speculates, to my mind unconvincingly, on the possibility of a link between the sequence title 'Frigdola' and the term Frigdora, referred to by G.
If private property rights are to be of value, then owners of the rights must be able to exclude others from using the asset or resource (see Schlager and Ostrom, 1992, for a definition of exclusion and access and withdrawal rights).
Strain differences in BMR and in organ masses have been well documented (Pennycuik 1967; Storer 1967; Schlager 1968; Mount 1971; Roderick et al.
I listen to old German songs, what we call Schlager, like Hildegard Nef, who's a chanteuse from the late '50s and '60s.
Sy Schlager, the company's President and Chief Medical Officer, says this is a natural step in the continuing evolution of Therapeutic Window.
The systematic review included 59 randomized controlled trials of topical treatments for scalp psoriasis, of 11,561 participants of all ages, most of whom were followed for less than 6 months, according to Justin Schlager, MD, of the Charite --Universitatsmedizin Berlin, and coauthors (Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2016.
Schlager, 2011b: An aircraft-borne chemical ionization--Ion trap mass spectrometer (CI-ITMS) for fast PAN and PPN measurements.
In the context of natural resource management, scholars have broadly adopted the "bundle of rights" enunciated by Schlager and Ostrom (1992), which include: Access--the right to enter a defined physical property; Withdrawal--the right to obtain the "products" of a resource; Management--the right to regulate internal use patterns and transform the resource by making improvements; Exclusion--the right to determine who will have an access right and how that right may be transferred; and Alienation--the right to sell or lease all the above rights.
Joey Schlager ranked 45th on the Top 250 agent list in the United States.
Austria's Werner Schlager was the last man outside of China to triumph in the singles event when he beat South Korea's Joo Se-Hyuk for gold here in 2003.