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Mass in D

Review: Mass in D Minor

Galaxy groups in the 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey: luminosity and mass statistics

Fermion Mass Generation in the D-Dimensional Thirring Model as a Gauge Theory

Vitamin D Receptor Genotype Is Associated With Fat-Free Mass and Sarcopenia in Elderly Men

Effect of immobilization on vitamin D status and bone mass in chronically hospitalized disabled stroke patients.

Mass-loss in 2D zero-age main-sequence stellar models

The evolution of host mass and black hole mass in quasi-stellar objects from the 2dF QSO Redshift Survey

Vitamin D receptor genotype: its role in bone mass and turnover in non-renal and renal patients.

Formation of Deeply Bound 1s Pionic States of Intermediate Mass Nuclei in (d,3He) Reactions

Rapid and accurate measurement of LV mass by biplane real-time 3D echocardiography in patients with concentric LV hypertrophy: comparison to CMR

Lack of Association Between Vitamin D Receptor Genotypes and Haplotypes With Fat-Free Mass in Postmenopausal Brazilian Women

Constraints on decreases in η Carinae's mass-loss from 3D hydrodynamic simulations of its binary colliding winds

DNC/HNC and N2D+/N2H+ ratios in high-mass star-forming cores

The mass-loss process in dwarf galaxies from 3D hydrodynamical simulations: the role of dark matter and starbursts


The ATLAS3D project – XIII. Mass and morphology of H i in early-type galaxies as a function of environment

The relationship between substructure in 2D X-ray surface brightness images and weak-lensing mass maps of galaxy clusters: a simulation study


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For sop., cont., ten., and bass soloists, ch., org., and orch. by Beethoven, Op.123, comp. 1819–22. F.p. complete, St Petersburg, April 1824; f.p. (incomplete) to Ger. words, Vienna May 1824 in first part of concert which incl. f.p. of 9th Sym.; complete but private perf. London 1832; public, but probably incomplete, London 1839; first complete public perf. in London 1846.

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