Wittekind


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Wit•te•kind

(ˈvɪt əˌkɪnt)

n.
died A.D. 807?, Westphalian chief: leader of the Saxons against Charlemagne.
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Still others have sought to critique the idea of "transitioning" Myanmar through studies of the inner-city and the hinterlands (Rhoads and Wittekind 2018), and have gone back to a favoured site for the anthropology of Myanmar: Buddhist monasteries (Keeler 2017).
Sauer R, Becker H, Hohenberger W, Rodel C, Wittekind C, Fietkau R et al.
Employability has therefore come to be regarded as an essential factor for employees to remain competitive both within and outside the organization (Wittekind et al, 2010).
Wittekind, "The pathologist and the residual tumor (R) classification," Pathology-Research and Practice, vol.
Normalmente, os estudos que investigam as estrategias de ritmo no ciclismo realizam durante o exercicio continuo como, por exemplo, a prova de contrarrelogio (Roelands e colaboradores, 2013), entretanto, a tele-antecipacao parece estar presente mesmo em exercicios de alta intensidade e curta duracao (Billaut e colaboradores, 2011; Wittekind, Micklewright e Beneke, 2011).
Wittekind, International Union against Cancer (UICC) TNM Classification of Malignanttumours, Wiley-Liss, New York, 7th edition edition, 2010.