Platystrophia King, 1850 (Brachiopoda, Orthida): proposed conservation of usage by designation of Porambonites costatus Pander
, 1830 (currently Platystrophia costata) as the type species of Platystrophia.
came to the United States with Lynch, a young Portland woman with whom he had spent time hitchhiking around Europe.
Had Christoph Metzelder's header been on target when he met a Pander
free-kick the England keeper charged out to catch without getting anywhere near, Robinson's face would have been as red as the German shirts.
The type locality for Strosipherus was indicated by Pander
as Leo (present name Loo), Saaremaa Island, Estonia.
There was no denying the quality of his finish after Micah Richards had capped a thrilling solo burst by slipping a pass inside Pander
to provide Lampard with the chance to flash home his 13th England goal.
Clockwise from top: Christian Pander
scores Germany's winner, England's David Beckham is dejected after the defeat, Paul Robinson's howler and Frank Lampard celebrates; Steve McClaren last night
The extent to which Republicans pander
to Latinos never ceases to amaze me.
They probably deserved it for their greater urgency in the second period after Germany displayed the sharper edge in attack in the opening quarter of the contest with Schalke duo Pander
and Mike Hanke prominent.
Tony Blair does not want to keep out immigrants or pander
to the right-wing.
Meanwhile--and this may interest Texans especially--the president is pushing a Social Security plan that would pander
to illegal immigrants.
This artistic one-to-one reimagination doesn't pander
to fetishized production values but engages instead in a bricolage of both abstract and palpable historical material.
Mr Trimble is continuing to pander
to the `No' camp.
Deciding how far to pander
to the needs of purchasers may well be the most important decision companies will make in the future.
It's an old rule of campaigns that politicians must pander
to their base in the primary, then shift to the middle for the general election.
Concluded Wickham, "I don't agree with all that he says, but I celebrate his refusal to join the ranks of the church zealots of the left or the right, or to blindly align himself with those politicians who pander