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natterer

[ˈnætərəʳ] Ncharlatán/ana m/f, cotorra mf
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There are 17 species of bat in the UK, including local favourites like brown long-eared, Daubenton's, greater horseshoe, Natterer's and whiskered.
Sometime between 1818 and 1824, Johann Natterer collected arachnids in several localities in eastern Brazil.
O peixe-boi da Amazonia Trichechus inunguis (Natterer, 1883) e uma especie endemica da bacia amazonica, sendo considerado o menor dentre os sirenios (ROSAS, 1994).
Erbyn 2017 roedd 356 o wahanol fathau o blanhigion yn tyfu yno ac o leiaf naw math o ystlumod yn cynnwys ystlum Natterer, yr ystlum mawr ac ystlum y dwr.
She was particularly taken with the German outsider artist August Natterer's depictions of skirts, recognizing a proximity to her own approach to the structure of garments.
Natterer, The Mathematics of Computerized Tomography, John Wiley & Sons, 1986.
Johann Natterer's neue Flussfische Brasiliens nach den Beobachtungen und Mittheilungen des Entdeckers beschrieben.
Know values of longitudinal modulus of elasticity (E) and shear modulus (G) is essential for proper evaluation of plate structures performance, as example, according to Christoforo, Panzera, Batista, Borges, and Lahr (2011), Herzog, Natterer, Schweitzer, Votz, and Winter (2000), among others.
There is an extensive literature concerning regularization by projection onto finite dimensional subspaces, beginning with the work of Natterer [13].
Natterer, "Mathematical problems of computerized tomography," Proceedings of the IEEE, vol.
2012: Warming up for dinner: torpor and arousal in hibernating Natterer's bats (Myotis nattereri) studied by radio telemetry.