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stumm

(ʃtʊm)
adj
a variant form of shtoom
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stumm organ (1893/94, mechanical bowling shop) with reconstruction of lost components
Attachment is affected by London-van der Waals forces, surface chemical interactions, electrostatic forces, hydration, hydrophobic interactions, or steric interactions (Tobiason and O'Melia, 1988; O'Melia, 1985; O'Melia and Stumm, 1967).
Wegner RD, Kistner G, Becker R, Stumm M, Knoll U, Entezami M, et al.
Lead researcher Dr Sophie von Stumm, a senior lecturer in psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London, said: "Given that higher levels of intelligence and conscientiousness are both linked to positive life outcomes such as success at school, at work, and in relationships, it's surprising that only one in 10 mothers valued them as the most important characteristics for their child.
Newcomb, Parker Scott Redelman, Michelle Rhoades, Connor Steven Stumm, Sabrina Thomas, Joseph Gene Walters, Rick Warner.
Und stumm sind die tausend Ecken des Corso Telesio fur immer?
Stumm W, Morgan JJ (1996) 'Aquatic chemistry: chemical equilibria and rates in natural waters.
Becker R, Keller T, Wegner RD, Neitzel H, Stumm M, Knoll U, et al.
Segun Benetti, Stumm, Izolan, Ramos y Kirchner (2009), los niveles de burnout son mas elevados en aquellas personas que no tienen una relacion estable.