Bickel

Bic·kel

(bi'kĕl),
Gustav, 19th-century German physician. See: Bickel ring.
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The partners of Bickel & Brewer announced today that the firm has changed its name to Brewer, Attorneys & Counselors.
Address : Martin Bickel, Industriestrasse 2, Postfach 145, 3602 Thun
The adult mummies in KV 40 are largely fragmentary, likely torn apart by grave robbers, but infant corpses in the underground burial chamber remain intact, said researcher Susanne Bickel, of the University of Basel in
Bickel and colleagues (2011b) examined effects pre- and post-working-memory training in an experimental and control group of stimulant-dependent individuals in treatment.
Stetson Law professors Robert Bickel and Judith Scully will oversee the concentration program.
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Bickel, professor in the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, director of the Advanced Recovery Research Center, and professor of psychology in the College of Science at Virginia Tech, said "preference was almost exclusively for the money now".
The exclusive portrait of the baritone in his Falstaff costume, drawn by guest designer Moidele Bickel, is currently on show at the Welsh Millennium Centre.
She turned into the westbound lanes and was struck in the passenger side by a 1992 Mazda coupe, driven by Christopher Bickel, 32, of Veneta, investigators said.
Knowledgeably co-authored by Bible experts Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz, Bible Answers To Life's Big Questions: Conversations About Faith In Plain Language is an invaluable, basic answers to the dire commonplace problematic questioning by so many Christians today.
Warren Bickel has been appointed chair in Alcoholism & Drug Prevention at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences of Little Rock.
Eric Bickel, aviation instructor at Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC), calls the event "a once in a lifetime experience" for his students.