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a bishop in Asia Minor who is associated with Santa Claus (4th century)

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In 2012, less than two years into his four-year Bachelor of Science (Geospatial Science) at RMIT, Nikolaas asked a lecturer to help him gain work experience where she worked at Parks Victoria, which protects and manages more than 4 million hectares.
O estudo comportamento animal e uma area de pesquisa e investigacao consolidada em paises europeus e nos Estados Unidos, fundada por Konrad Lorenz e Nikolaas Tinbergen, por volta de 1930 na Europa (Alcock, 2003; Yamamoto & Volpato, 2007).
Posteriormente, Nikolaas Tinbergen (1907-1988) y William H.
5) A partir de esta epoca, se dieron diversos reportes de situaciones similares, y es en 1593-1674 cuando Nikolaas Tulpius de Amsterdam da la primera descripcion exacta de un embarazo molar.
In 1963, Mike gained a first in biology at the University of Wales, Swansea, and then studied under Nobel prizewinner Nikolaas Tinbergen at Oxford, writing his doctoral thesis on anti-predator adaptations on insects in Panama.
We expect a cash bid at 800p," said Nikolaas Faes at Exane BNP Paribas.
7 Elco Nikolaas van Kleffens, 'Regionalism and Political Pacts' (1949) 43 American Journal of International Law at 670-671.
2) Konrad Zacharias Lorenz (1903-89) recibio junto con Karl von Frish y Nikolaas Tinbergen el premio Nobel de Fisiologia y Medicina en 1973 por sus descubrimientos sobre la organizacion y emergencia de modelos de comportamiento tanto individuales como sociales.
van Goor, "A Madman in the City of Ghosts: Nikolaas Kloek in Pontianak", Itinerario 9,2 (1985): 196--211.
However, ethology was still up in the air, and moreover, its blossoming under the direction of Konrad Lorenz and Nikolaas Tinbergen would distance Darwinism's crucial problems (except in entomology where the study of insects had rapidly stimulated an interdisciplinarity more intense than elsewhere).
Peterson explores the background and influence of Jaak Nikolaas (Jacques-Nicolas) Lemmens (1823-1881), the organ professor at the Brussels Conservatoire.
His pioneering work in ethology (the study of animal behavior) led to his being awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1973, with Nikolaas Tinbergen and the zoologist Karl von Frisch.