Yager


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Ya´ger


n.1.(Mil.) In the German army, one belonging to a body of light infantry armed with rifles, resembling the chasseur of the French army.
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Moreover, the fuzzy assignment problem has been transformed into crisp assignment problem using Yager's ranking indices [11].
Os cornos cutaneos sao crescimentos corneos compostos de queratina (SOUZA et al., 2003) e encontrados em diversas especies domesticas e no homem (YAGER & SCOTT, 1992; SOUZA et al., 1999).
Jan Yager, Ph.D., author of this book, has been conducting time management workshops since 1984.
Story by MCC(SW) Maria Yager, Navy Personnel Command, Millington, Tenn.
David Yager, vice president of Sequoia Vista Enterprises Inc., with headquarters near Mendocino, CA, san typical uses for redwood burl include inlay and marquetry.
The prototype developed by Paul Yager, UW bioengineering professor, and colleagues, dehydrated the reagents to store them without refrigeration, and delivered a diagnosis in just nine minutes.
"Make whatever it is you are avoiding the very first task you do that day," says Jan Yager, sociologist and author of Work Less, Do More.
The winners of this year's competition are Zhihong Nie from the University of Toronto (under the supervision of Eugenia Kumacheva) and Kevin Yager from McGill University (under the supervision of Christopher Barrett).
Lowell Yager, formerly Pres, will now focus solely on farm management for its Iowa farms.
"To threaten to take the difference out on the people in the back is not appropriate," said Martha Yager, economic justice coordinator for the American Friends Service Committee of New Hampshire.
The message was from Jan Yager, the creator of Invasive Species: An American Mourning Tiara--a real piece of jewelry crafted of gold and silver (http://www.vam.ac.uk/collections/fashion object stories/tiara/index.html).