weid

weid

(wiːd)
n
a sudden illness
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MasterCard spokesman Jim Issokson says, "MasterCard is not sharing any data or insights for ad measurement purposes to any of the tech giants." Google spokeswoman Anaik von der Weid says, "We have developed advanced, privacy protective technology in this area, precisely to avoid the sharing of personal information."
(9.) European Commission, West-East Industrial Districts (WEID), 5th Framework Program, 2001-2004.
[3.] Hauri DD, Spycher B, Huss A, Zimmermann F, Grotzer M, von der Weid N, et al.
Mae'r sioe weid ei thrwytho gyda delweddau a cherddoriaeth a chaneuon newydd wedi'u cyfansoddi gan Angharad Jenkins a Gwilym Bowen Rhys.
von der Weid, "A role for B cells in the development of T cell helper function in a malaria infection in mice," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
1830s, labeled Hidatsa collected by Prince Maximilian of Weid. Bison hide with quillwork and painted with pictographs closest in style to those on the Wanata shirt.
were caught by Olmuller Weid eating a bunch of grapes in his vineyard; he brought them to town and handed them to the authorities.
Prior to the construction of the Villa, the Meyland grounds belonged to the vast country estate of Backershagen and was sold by the heirs of Princess Marie von Weid, the daughter of Prince Frederick of the Netherlands and wife of William, the fifth Prince of Weid (Germany) to members of the company Weise & Co.
Para Weid (2015), em nossa sociedade, determinado "corpo teorico-pratico" orienta nao so os especialistas, mas, tambem, os modos de estar no mundo de pessoas cegas, o que amplia a compreensao da cegueira para alem da abordagem biomedica de deficiencia.