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German bacteriologist who found a 'magic bullet' to cure syphilis and was a pioneer in the study of immunology (1854-1915)

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Erlichman of SunlightElectric cautions, however, that wineries have unusual power usage peaking at harvest, suggesting that lithium ion batteries aren't the optimum way to manage the peak usage periods.
While the movie benefits from the autobiographical narrative, supporting archival footage, and interviews, it suffers from a lack of substantial interviews with key figures such as Tommy Makem, Marty Erlichman (manager), Peggy Guggenheim, Patrick.
Haldeman, John Erlichman, and Dwight Chapin--some of which were confiscated as part of the Watergate investigation (and had languished in government vaults ever since).
No less a student of political personality than White House advisor John Erlichman recalled that "the symbiosis between Richard Nixon and Arthur Burns as Chairman of the Fed was a wonderful thing to see, not always easy, but very productive" (Thompson 1987, 125; also see Ferrell 2010).
Erlichman (2002) noted that many Jewish women experience self-hatred and internalized repression because of anti-Semitism sentiment across time.
Megged O, Erlichman M, Kleid D, Wolf DG, Schlesinger Y.
See Tim Edgar, "Designing and Implementing a Target-Effective General Anti-Avoidance Rule" in David G Duff & Harry Erlichman, eds, Tax Avoidance in Canada After Canada Trustco and Mathew (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2007) 221; David G Duff, "Tax Avoidance in the 21st Century" in Richard Krever & Chris Evans, eds, Australian Business Tax Reform in Retrospect and Prospect (Sydney: Thomson Reuters, 2009) 477 at 479-83 [Duff, "21st Century"].
Zucker, Martin Erlichman, Mikael Salomon; co-executive producer, Tracey Alexander; producer, James Spies; director, Salomon; writer, John J.
Estudos controlados nesses pacientes evidenciam que aqueles que entram num programa de atividade fisica regular diminuem em 25% o risco de morte (Pate e colaboradores, 1995 e Erlichman e colaboradores, 2002 citados por Alves e colaboradores, 2005).
Economic historian Erlichman reviews the sixteenth-century European exploration of the Americas and Far East in the light of the search for precious metals and the subsequent change in world economic balance.
Attention to the forms of expression involved in communication highlight the importance of considering the other, with his differences, in interpersonal relationships, since each individual is unique and has specific values (Knobel, Andreoli, Erlichman, 2008)
Galanis E, Okuno SH, Nascimento AG, Lewis BD, Lee RA, Oliveira AM, Sloan JA, Atherton P, Edmonson JH, Erlichman C, Randlev B, Wang Q, Freeman S, Rubin J.
When Nixon aide John Erlichman warned administration official Leon Panetta to stop saying that Nixon favored civil rights, Perlstein needlessly deadpans, "Silly Leon.
Here are some of the other people he corresponded with: Alfred Kazin, Jacqueline Kennedy, Cordon Lish, Joyce Carol Oates, Philip Roth, Abbie Hoffman, George Plimpton, Dotson Rader, Jack Abbott, John Erlichman, Jason Epstein, Carol Holmes, Don DeLillo, William E Buckley, LeRoi Jones, Seymour Krim, Ken Kesey, Adeline Lubell, Elsa Lanchester, and Michael McClure.