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Asch·er

(ahsh'ĕr),
Karl W., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1887-1971. See: Ascher aqueous influx phenomenon, Ascher syndrome.
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Critique: A deftly crafted novel by a truly gifted author and one that will hold the reader's rapt attention from beginning to end, "A Call From Spooner Street" by Carol Ascher is very highly recommended and certain to be an enduringly popular addition to community library General Fiction collections.
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Critique: A thoroughly engaging and entertaining read from beginning to end, "A Call From Spooner Street" documents author Carol Ascher as an extraordinary storytelling talent.
Ascher Founder, President and CEO The Ascher Group "People invest thousands of dollars in coaches for their kids' sports, personal fitness and the like.
Ascher is a postdoctoral fellow at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center and clinical instructor in psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Western Democracies and National Socialism, by Abraham Ascher, Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 2012.
Directed by Rodney Ascher (reputed for his 2010 short, S from Hell), it is restricted in scope to the interwoven commentaries of five devotees of Stanley Kubrick's 1980 classic, The Shining, whose day jobs range from ABC correspondent (Bill Blakemore) and history professor (Geoffrey Cocks) to experimental musician (John Fell Ryan), playwright (Juli Kearns), and professional "conspiracy hunter" (Jay Weidner).
Murray Goulburn revealed its regional expansion plans while exhibiting at Gulfood, which also welcomed the official Australian state of Victoria trade delegation to Dubai, led by Minister for Tourism and Major Events Louise Ascher and Minister for Agriculture, Food Security and Water Peter Walsh.
Ascher (history, Graduate School CUNY) considers why American, British and French governments did not take Hitler more seriously as a menace to the world when diplomats to Germany were doing their job "remarkably well," which is to "report as fully as possibly on conditions in the countries to which they are assigned.
The study, titled "Global Beer: The Road to Monopoly" was written by Bernard Ascher, a senior research fellow at the Institute.
Ascher keeps his contributors off screen and constructs each narrative thread with a mosaic of Kubrick's work spliced with other films, illustrations and digital trickery.
Happold Consulting USA will be based in New York and led by Kate Ascher.