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Betz

(betz),
Vladimir A., Russian anatomist, 1834-1894. See: Betz cells.
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Betz said that if Florence had been able to land a large hotel or other development that collects room taxes, that would have been all the events center needed to have a sustainable budget.
The league has both fall and spring seasons, each consisting of nine games, which last about eight weeks, Betz said.
Betz has worked for Susquehanna since March 2012, most recently as a Branch Manager.
We just don't have enough space to take care of all our patients," Betz said of NEA's current 100-bed hospital.
Self-Efficacy Scale (CDMSE; Betz, Klein, & Taylor, 1996) have been
Recently, Betz and Wolfe (2003) developed and evaluated a high school
Ludwig Betz, owner and managing director of Betz commented: "The two companies began working together in 1981 when Betz was a subcontractor to Baldwin, so we have a very good knowledge of Baldwin's customer-oriented philosophy, reputation and industry-leading technologies.
District Court Judge Thomas Coffin also sentenced both Betz and Ponder to three years of unsupervised probation after each pleaded guilty to a single misdemeanor change of discharging material into navigable waters without a permit.
Researchers have hypothesized that many women may select highly traditional, less prestigious, and low-paying occupations because these jobs often allow more flexibility regarding work hours (Betz, 1994; Betz & Fitzgerald, 1987; O'Brien, Friedman, Tipton, & Linn, 2000).
Also named in the complaint and charged with two felony counts each are Paul Betz, Selso Solis and Pedro Mendez Velazquez.
Neither Betz nor her attorney responded to similar requests.
The JPMorgan securities lending client management team in the Western Hemisphere also includes: John Gaudioso, head of financial institutions; Robert Betz, head of pension and endowments and Chris Kunkle, head of global investment managers.