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The now-defunct Robert Koch Hospital at Koch, Missouri ( south of St. Louis, Missouri ), was also named in his honor.
Koch was also famous for the discovery of the tubercle bacillus ( 1882 ) and the cholera bacillus ( 1883 ) and for his development of Koch's postulates.
One way of proving that a given disease is " infectious ", is to satisfy Koch's postulates ( first proposed by Robert Koch ), which demands that the infectious agent be identified only in patients and not in healthy controls, and that patients who contract the agent also develop the disease.
Likewise, the German Heckler & Koch MP5K ( a weapon small enough to be concealed on one's person or in a briefcase ), is also classed as a compact submachine gun.
They also sponsored a letter-writing campaign to Mayor Lindsay in which the Greenwich Village Democratic Party and Congressman Ed Koch sent pleas to end raids on gay bars in the city.
In 1994 James Sedares conducted a re-recording of the score performed by The Phoenix Symphony Orchestra ( which also included a suite from Bernstein's score for The Hallelujah Trail, issued by Koch Records ; Bernstein himself conducted the Royal Scottish National Orchestra for a performance released by RCA in 1997, but the original film soundtrack was not released until the following year by Rykodisc ( Varèse Sarabande reissued this album in 2004 ).
* September 1 – Ilse Koch, also known as the " Witch of Buchenwald ", commits suicide in the Bavarian prison of Aichach.
While Koch Bihar Kingdom in the North, flourished during the period of 16th and the 17th centuries as well as weathered the Mughals also and survived till the advent of the British.
Further influence of A. M. Cassandre and Rudolf Koch, whose work greatly inspired the young Zapf, can also be seen in Optima.
The Koch snowflake ( also known as the Koch star and Koch island ) is a mathematical curve and one of the earliest fractal curves to have been described.
Since each Koch snowflake in the tesselation can be subdivided into seven smaller snowflakes of two different sizes, it is also possible to find tessellations that use more than two sizes at once.
* Carl Koch ( director ) ( 1892 – 1963 ), also spelled Karl Koch, German film director, writer
Koch Legacy has also released Strauss's recordings of overtures by Gluck, Carl Maria von Weber, Peter Cornelius, and Wagner.
Karl-Otto Koch ( August 2, 1897 – April 5, 1945 ), a Standartenführer ( Colonel ) in the German Schutzstaffel ( SS ), was the first commandant of the Nazi concentration camps at Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen, and later also served as a commander at the Majdanek concentration camp.
Following World War I, Koch worked as an accounting supervisor in a bank and later also in the same role in an insurance company.
He had also helped treat Koch for syphilis.
Exhibit # 254, also introduced by Dodd, was a shrunken head, allegedly used by Ilse Koch as a paperweight, which Dodd claimed was the head of a Polish prisoner at Buchenwald.
The darts of German ( Heckler & Koch P11 ) and Russian underwater firearms, and other similar weapons are also supercavitating.
It is also known as the William A. Koch Memorial Highway, named for the local developer who pushed much of the town's development, as assisted the creation of nearby Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial.
Wichita was also a significant entrepreneurial business center during the pre and post-war period, with Coleman, Mentholatum, Pizza Hut, White Castle, Taco Tico and Koch Industries having all been founded in Wichita.
Quincy is also home to the United States ' longest running Flag Day parade, a tradition that began in 1952 under Richard Koch, a former director of Parks and Recreation, who started the " Koch Club " sports organization for kids and had an annual parade with flags.

Koch and played
Guinea pigs played a major role in the establishment of germ theory in the late 19th century, through the experiments of Louis Pasteur, Émile Roux, and Robert Koch.
Koch ’ s postulates have played an important role in microbiology, yet they have major limitations.
As co-owners Koch, Rubin, and Lamadrid, all played different roles.
Koch played the role of publicizer.
Koch played college baseball for Clemson University from 1994 to 1996.
Turner left for the army and Rich Koch ( who had previously played with The Wailers ) joined as new lead guitarist and Marilyn Lodge joined as the band's first singer — they had been an instrumental combo until this point.
* World to Come Golijov's composition Mariel played by cellist Maya Beiser ( Koch Int ' l Classics B0000CABC4 )
For their leadership, Ferguson and Stone were both awarded the Distinguished Service Order, while Koch was awarded both the American Distinguished Service Cross and the British Military Cross for the vital part his tanks had played in the fighting.
Koch was frequently parodied on the television show Comedy Inc., played by Paul McCarthy.
His teammates included fellow future major-leaguers Billy Koch and Matthew LeCroy both of whom played with him in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Katy Perry's California Dreams Tour played at Koch Arena in 2011, and Taylor Swift's Fearless Tour came to Koch in 2009 -- the first of two concerts she performed on the Wichita State University campus.
The Wichita State University basketball teams played the 2002-03 season there while the Shockers ' on-campus home, Charles Koch Arena, was undergoing major renovations.
Koch played junior hockey for the Delta Ice Hawks in his native Canada before concussions ended his career.
His best friend, Matthis ( played by Sebastian Koch ) manages to escape through the

Koch and voice
The teaching staff included Rudolph Wagner-Régeny and Hanns Eisler ( composition ), Helmut Koch ( conducting ), Helma Prechter, Arno Schellenberg ( voice ), Carl Adolf Martiensse, Grete Herwig ( piano ), Gustav Havemann, Wilhelm Martens ( violin ), Bernhard Günther ( cello ), Werner Buchholz ( viola ) and Ewald Koch ( clarinet ).

Koch and Australian
* Aubrey Koch, pioneering Australian aviator
The journalist who authored the story, Tony Koch, won the Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year award for relevant reports in The Australian newspaper and in particular the resulting effective contribution he made to the public outcry.
* David Koch ( television presenter ) ( born 1956 ), Australian television personality
* David Koch ( Australian politician ) ( born 1949 ), Liberal member of the Victorian Legislative Council
David James Koch ( born 7 March 1956 ), nicknamed Kochie, is an Australian television presenter and financial commentator.
Koch started as a cadet on the business pages of The Australian newspaper before joining BRW soon after its launch in the early 1980s.
In 2007, readers of Banking and Finance Magazine voted Koch Australia's Best Finance Journalist while the Council of Small Business Organisations of Australia presented him with the " Small Business Champion award " in recognition of his support of Australian small business.
Koch is currently the joint number one ticket-holder of AFL team Port Adelaide Football Club along with Australian model and actress Teresa Palmer.
* David Koch, an Australian financial analyst, television presenter and host of Sunrise on the Seven Network.
Sunrise is an Australian breakfast television program, broadcast on the Seven Network and currently presented by Melissa Doyle and David Koch.
Saffire: The Australian Guitar Quartet is an Australian classical music group, consisting of Karin Schaupp, Slava Grigoryan, Gareth Koch, and Leonard Grigoryan ( replacing founding member Antony Field ).
He has also joined with fellow Australian musicians Anthony Field, Karin Schaupp and Gareth Koch to release albums under the group name Saffire.

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