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schuit

(skɔɪt)
n
(Sailing) a Dutch boat with a flat bottom
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Schuit M, Miller DM, Reddick-Elick MS, Wlazlowski CB, Filone CM, Herzog A, et al.
Cheong Tai will lead GfKs Asia-Pacific business, Margret Schuit will be responsible for GfKs activities in Southern Europe.
Den Broeder L, Devilee J, Van Oers H, Schuit AJ, Wagemakers A.
Bossong MG, van Berckel BN, Boellaard R, Zuurman L, Schuit RC, Windhorst AD, van Gerven JM, Ramsey NF, Lammertsma AA, Kahn RS.
Krahn M, Borges A, Navarro C, Schuit R, Stojkovic T, Torrente Y, et al.
Cheong-See F, Schuit E, Arroyo-Manzano D, et al; Global Obstetrics Network (GONet) Collaboration.
See Grose, supra note 103, at 64 (using relevant votes to create a civil rights issue space); see also Sophie Schuit & Jon C.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: The data used in this project relied on the hard work of Chris Gibson, Alex Bluestone, Michael Byrne, Madelyn Josel, Sophie Schuit, and Joe Sutherland.
Van Vaerenbergh I, Van Lommel L, Ghislain V, In't Veld P, Schuit F, Fatemi HM, et al.
Karel Moons from the Utrecht University Medical Center in the Netherlands and Ewoud Schuit from the same centre and from Stanford University in the USA, both authors of a linked Comment, say, "A next step would be to quantify the effects, on a population level, of introducing in these countries the Globorisk model combined with subsequent risk-based preventative management.