stude

stude

(stuːd)
vb
a Scottish past tense and past participle of stand
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[9.] Gerwig M., Niehaus L., Kastrup O., Stude P., Diener H.C.: Visual cortex excitability in migraine evaluated by single and paired magnetic stimuli.
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This bold venture aligns with the vision and collecting interests of Dominique de Menil, who died in 1997, and was envisioned in David Chipperfield's 2009 campus master plan, but it was realised largely through the generosity of two benefactors, Louisa Stude Sarofim and Janie C.
Summary: With more than 150 Indian schools, affiliated to various statutory boards in India, operating across the UAE, tens of thousands of NRI stude...
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[8] Ghionea, I., (2013), Stude of computer aided design and simulation importance in the conception and development phases of a product.