joller

joller

(ˈdʒɒlə)
n
a person who enjoys himself or herself
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Joller D, Mushkolaj S, Ratia-Garcia J, Marti F, Bachmann A, Muller B.
TextOntEx constructs ontology from natural domain text using semantic pattern-based approach, and analyze natural domain text to extract candidate relations, and map them into meaning representation to facilitate ontology representation (Wuermli, Wrobel, Hui and Joller, 2003).
For instance, in the salad dressing subcategory, millennials purchase "more than their fair share" of ranch dressing, the subcategory's top-selling flavor, says Michelle Joller, category marketing manager with Oak Brook, Ill.-based Bay Valley Foods.
Rutishauser U., Joller J., Douglas R., 2005, Control and Learning of Ambience by an Intelligent Building, IEEE Transactions on systems, man and cybernetics- Part A: Systems and Humans 35(1):121- 132
Jeggli S, Steiner D, Joller H, Tschopp A, Steffen R, Hotz P.Hepatitis E, Helicobacter pylori and gastrointestinal symptoms in workers exposed to waste water.
Among the party was Jobbe Joller, the founder of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) organisation Homosocialt Fallesskab.
The toilet fixture is sold by Joller Toilettes de Luxo, a brand of fashion designer Juana Aznar, 85.
(8.) Oxenius A, Price DA, Hersberger M, Sehlacpfer E, Weber R, Weber M, Kundig TM, Boni J, Joller H, Phillips RE, Flepp M, Opravil M, Speck RE HIV-specific cellular immune response is inversely correlated with disease progression as defined by decline of CD4+ T cells in relation to HIV RNA load.
"Incorporating more exotic fruits like mango and superfruits like acai berries is on-trend," says Michelle Joller, category marketing manager at Platteville, Wis.-based Bay Valley Foods LLC, a manufacturer of a variety of private label spreads and other foods.