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a.1.Thick; crowded; compact; dense.
This spiss and . . . copious, yet concise, treatise.
- Brerewood.
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Spiss, "Changes in oxygenation variables during progressive hypothermia in anesthetized patients," Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology, vol.
[34.] Gruther W, Benesch T, Zorn C, Paternostro-Sluga T, Quittan M, Fialka-Moser V, Spiss C, Kainberger F, Crevenna R.
Steve McElroy, sales director for Miller Homes Yorkshire, said: "A few rays of sunshine does wonders to lift the spiSS rits and spurs us on to achieving some of our dreams and goals.
(9.) Loizides A, Peer S, Plaikner M, Spiss V, Galiano K, Obernauer J, et al.
(1.) Machata AM, Gonano C, Holzer A, Andel D, Spiss CK, Zimpfer M et al.
Lowering core temperature acts to reduce secondary brain injury by suppressing excitotoxins and free-radical reactions, stabilizing cell membranes, reducing intracellular acidosis, and reducing abnormal electrical activity (Kabon, Bacher, & Spiss, 2003).
(6.) Pfausler B, Engelhardt K, Kampfl A, Spiss H, Taferner E, Schmutzhard E.
Vom Tode und Lamb, Der Tod ist verschlungen ym sieg Tod wo ist dein spiss / Helle wo ist dein sieg; danck hab Gott der uns den siegk gegeben / Hat durch Jesum christum unsern herren.
Fresh pollen grains were distributed on an agar-based germination medium (Spiss and Hittle, 1979).
Inducing hypothermia by lowering the patient's core temperature acts to reduce secondary brain injury by suppressing excitotoxin and free-radical reactions, stabilizing cell membranes, reducing intracellular acidosis, and reducing abnormal electrical activity (Kabon, Bacher, & Spiss, 2003).