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abkommen definition: [1] veraltet: abstammen [2] :[a] sich unbeabsichtigt von einer ursprünglich eingeschlagenen Richtung entfernen :[b] übertragenen: abschweifen [3] :[a] sich von etwas lösen können, sich von etwas freimachen :[b] von jemandem loskommen, sich von jemandem abkehren [4] :[a] Sport: starten :[b] übertragenen, Schießsport: richten auf, anvisieren, visieren [5] veraltend: aus dem Gebrauch kommen, unmodern sein [6] berlinerisch: abmagern [7] Namibia, Südwesterdeutsch: (von Rivieren) Wasser führen [8] Namibia, Südwesterdeutsch: (Wetter, Luftzug, Wind, Sturm, usw.) aufkommen, aufziehen
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Using the RE-AIM Framework to Evaluate a Physical Activity Intervention in Churches

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“In Dreams Begin Responsibilities”

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Experimental study of the morphine de-addiction properties of Delphinium denudatum Wall.

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Evaluating Common De-Identification Heuristics for Personal Health Information

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De novo cytosine methylation in the differentiating macronucleus of the stichotrichous ciliate Stylonychia lemnae

Stefan Juranek et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Mar 2003

De novo generation of simple sequence during gene amplification.

L S Kirschner

Nucleic Acids Research , 15 Jul 1996

Willow Leaves' Extracts Contain Anti-Tumor Agents Effective against Three Cell Types

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