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Appenzeller

a medium-sized, Swiss mountain dog used for herding goats; it has a short, smooth coat in black, tan and white. The tail is curled over the back.
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It has been an amazing experience, appreciating Appenzeller cuisine cooked traditionally in its natural surroundings.
Appenzeller finds women make the investment into accessories at his store.
Mr Appenzeller said: "Aggregate was great, and of course it also confirms that it was a good acquisition at the right time.
Among these include Ron Lawrence, whose passion for running and vision for the health of our patients sparked the formation of AMJA/AMAA; Tom Bassler, the first editor of the AMJA Newsletter who proposed the "Bassler Hypothesis"; cardiac rehab pioneers Jack Scaff (also founder of the Honolulu Marathon) and Terry Kavanagh, who showed that cardiac patients can safely run marathons; eminent epidemiologist Ralph Paffenbarger; sports medicine pioneer Ernst Jokl and his son, Peter; Otto Appenzeller, who conducted numerous studies on the neurologic effects of distance running; Sam Paris, who has run over 30 consecutive Boston Marathons to date; cardiologist John Cantwell, who served as medical director of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta; Dr.
Among the many guests who performed for the confraternity were such illustrious musicians as Nicolas Gombert, Thomas Crecquillon, Cornelius Canis, and Benedictus Appenzeller.
We're looking at a vital part of the economy," says Cary Appenzeller, another sorter.
For example, Eustache Deschamps's elegy on the death of Machaut (set by Francois Andrieu), the Deploration sur la mort de Binchois (set by Johannes Ockeghem), Jean Molinet's Deploration d'Ockeghem (set by Josquin des Prez), the deplorations on the death of Josquin (set by Benedictus Appenzeller, Jheronimus Vinders, and Nicolas Gombett), the deploration on the death of Claudin de Sermisy (set by Pierre Cetton), and so forth.
Managing Editor Gerd Appenzeller points out that, above all in Berlin, competition has taken the form of improved content.
Herb Appenzeller (1985): Sports and Law: Contemporary Issues, Charlottesville, VA: The Michie Co.
In such a context Methodist pioneer in Korea Henry Gerhard Appenzeller (1858-1902) proves to be a figure who resists explanation through familiar generalizations.
This will lead to a big dilution although in the long term it will better their balance sheet,' said Bank Leu analyst Patrick Appenzeller.