Synonyms for vinn or Related words with vinn

vinp              vinm              vinb              voutp              voutn              voutb              inb              voutm              outp              outm              vrefn              outn              vrefp              outl              outh              vinput              vcin              ioutp              vlo              rfin              refp              vouta              vneg              noninverting              outd              vlx              vdrain              vtopi              biasp              vrefm              vbot              voutput              outc              vcmn              outb              outhb              uout              vgsn              ioutn              voutx              vinx              gatep              vgnd              pbias              vintn              outi              vsignal              vdiff              inm              refm             



Examples of "vinn"
Vello Vinn (4 October 1939) is a prominent Estonian printmaker.
Vinn has described majority of annelid skeletal ultrastructures.
be explained by the standard carbonate slurry model. Vinn
The Vinn: A collection of alien races united by an artificial parasite that gives each Vinn a tattoo-like patch over one eye along with several other biological enhancements. Vinn are determined to spread across the universe as part of an ongoing search for "the Missing Gods" that led to their creation.
Vinn graduated from the biology class of Tallinn 3. Secondary School in 1989. He studied geology at the University of Tartu from 1989 to 1993. Vinn holds an M.Sc.
Vinn and his co-authors proposed alternative ways to explain the calcified secretory
The earliest "Burrinjuckia " species "B". "clitambonitofilia" Vinn, Wilson and Toom, 2014 occurs in brachiopod "Clitambonites squamatus" from the Late Ordovician oilshale of Estonia.
In the mid-1980s, Björkman started his entertainment career by recording a song called "Våga och vinn", which was produced by Bruno Glenmark.
laminae parallel to external surfaces of ridges (Taylor 1984). "Marcusodictyon" occurs on late Cambrian and Tremadocian lingulate brachiopods of Baltica (Vinn 2015).
Anticalyptraea is a fossil genus of encrusting tentaculitoid tubeworms from the Silurian to Devonian of Europe and North America (Vinn, 2010).
"Våg og vinn" was a program where regular people would get challenged to take risks. The host would offer money for the person to take the risk.
Våg og vinn was a Norwegian television program that aired on TV3 and was hosted by Jarl Goli and Lise Nilsen.
Vinn has described new genera and species of brachiopods, cornulitids, microconchids, serpulid polychaetes and trace fossils. He is a specialist of extinct tubicolous fossils. A microconchid species "Microconchus vinni" is named in honour of his taxonomic studies of tentaculitoid tubeworms.
In the late 1930s, Lillard began writing a column on sports in the "Independent News". Later in his life, he moved to Astoria, Queens, working at an appliance store and for Vinn Sporting Goods. Lillard had a stroke on September 18, 1978, and was afflicted with agnosia as a result; he died in New York City's Bellevue Hospital Center.
Zinn is also accredited with the development of the "analog control of a digital decision process", an achievement he shares with "Peter Chambers" and "Scott Brown"; a "pulse frequency modulated voltage regulator with linear regulator control" (in collaboration with "Charles L. Vinn"), as well as:
Vinn has studied evolution of symbiosis in several groups of early invertebrates such as cornulitids, microconchids, bryozoans, brachiopods, crinoids, stromatoporoids, tabulates and rugosans. He has described serpulid faunas of Mesozoic to Recent hydrocarbon seeps. A Late Devonian coral species ?"Michelinia vinni" is named in honour of his contribution to knowledge of ecology of Palaeozoic bioconstructing organisms. A crinoid species name "Hiiumaacrinus vinni" recognizes his
All "Rotularia" species were cemented to the substrate during their earliest growth stage, but they became detached shortly after the formation of the first whorls (Savazzi, 1995). Their tubes have two layers with different microstructure (Vinn, 2008). This genus is known from the early Kimmeridgian to Late Eocene (Jäger, 2004).
Since 2006 he has been the Director of Helix Vinn Centre of Excellence, which is a research collaboration between Linköping University, the Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems (Vinnova) and approximately 20 external partners, focusing on mobility in working life in relation to learning, health promotion and entrepreneurship.
Carbonate hardgrounds are surfaces of synsedimentarily cemented carbonate layers that have been exposed on the seafloor (Wilson and Palmer, 1992). A hardground is essentially, then, a lithified seafloor. Ancient hardgrounds are found in limestone sequences and distinguished from later-lithified sediments by evidence of exposure to normal marine waters. This evidence can consist of encrusting marine organisms (especially bryozoans, oysters, barnacles, cornulitids, hederelloids, microconchids and crinoids), borings of organisms produced through bioerosion, early marine calcite cements, or extensive surfaces mineralized by iron oxides or calcium phosphates (Palmer, 1982; Bodenbender et al., 1989; Vinn and Wilson, 2010; Vinn and Toom, 2015). Modern hardgrounds are usually detected by sounding in shallow water or through remote sensing techniques like side-scan radar.
A detailed study by Taylor and Vinn (2006) of the microstructure of fossils which have been traditionally identified as ""Spirorbis"" in the geological literature revealed that they consist of the remains of at least two completely different animals. Taylor and Vinn discovered that the ""Spirorbis"" fossils found in sedimentary strata, including the Joggins and other Carboniferous coal measures deposited from the Ordovician to Triassic periods are the remains of an extinct order of lophophorates (now called microconchids) unrelated to modern marine tube-worms (Annelids) to which the genus "Spirorbis" belongs. This contradicts arguments made by Harold Coffin and other creationists that ""Spirorbis"" fossils within strata containing polystrate fossils indicate their deposition in a marine environment, because these fossils are classified as the remains of extinct fresh and brackish water microconchids instead of the remains of the marine genera "Spirorbis" as they have been misidentified in the geologic literature.