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S.726 Promoting Innovation and Access to Life-Saving Medicine Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Mar 26, 2009 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

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    • Niedersächsisches Oberverwaltungsgericht - Rechtsprechungsdatenbank - November 07, 2010 by Niedersächsisches Oberverwaltungsgericht... - S. 726), verweist, in dem unter Ziffer 2.2 diese Berechnungsweise vorgesehen ist. Hinsichtlich des Monats November 2005 hat der Kläger demzufolge lediglich 74,5 Nachtdienststunden sowie hinsichtlich des Monats Dezember 2005 lediglich 67 ...

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      As noted by Niedersächsisches Oberverwaltungsgericht... on November 07, 2010, "S. 726), verweist, in dem unter Ziffer 2.2 diese Berechnungsweise vorgesehen ist. Hinsichtlich des Monats November 2005 hat der Kläger demzufolge lediglich 74,5 Nachtdienststunden sowie hinsichtlich des Monats Dezember 2005 lediglich 67 ..." (http://www.dbovg.niedersachsen.de/Entscheidung.asp?Ind=0500020080004505+LC)
    • Stoss, Adam Niclas Freiherr von | Der Dreißigjährige Krieg in ... - October 20, 2010 by Der Dreißigjährige Krieg in Selbstzeugnissen,... - [9] Erlach, unter Schwäbisch Hall; HHSD VI, S. 726. [10] Neuburg a. d. Donau [LK Neuburg-Schrobenhausen]; HHSD VII, S. 497ff. [11] Stotzingen, erwähnt unter Riedheim [Stadt Leipheim, LK Günzburg]; S. 624. ...

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      As noted by Der Dreißigjährige Krieg in Selbstzeugnissen,... on October 20, 2010, "[9] Erlach, unter Schwäbisch Hall; HHSD VI, S. 726. [10] Neuburg a. d. Donau [LK Neuburg-Schrobenhausen]; HHSD VII, S. 497ff. [11] Stotzingen, erwähnt unter Riedheim [Stadt Leipheim, LK Günzburg]; S. 624. ..." (http://www.warlich.net/bernd/stoss-adam-niclas-freiherr-von/)
    • Historische Zeitschrift (HZ) - H-Soz-u-Kult / Zeitschriften - June 08, 2010 by H-Soz-u-Kult - Bd. 3: Von Ludwig XVIII. bis zu Louis Philippe 1814–1848 (M. Wrede) [S. 726] Klaus Malettke, Die Bourbonen. Bd. 1: Von Heinrich IV. bis zu Ludwig XIV. 1589–1715. Bd. 2: Von Ludwig XV. bis zu Ludwig XVI. 1715–1789/92 (M. Wrede) [S. 726] ...

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      As noted by H-Soz-u-Kult on June 08, 2010, "Bd. 3: Von Ludwig XVIII. bis zu Louis Philippe 1814–1848 (M. Wrede) [S. 726] Klaus Malettke, Die Bourbonen. Bd. 1: Von Heinrich IV. bis zu Ludwig XIV. 1589–1715. Bd. 2: Von Ludwig XV. bis zu Ludwig XVI. 1715–1789/92 (M. Wrede) [S. 726] ..." (http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/zeitschriften/ausgabe=5595)

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