Bricker

Brick·er

(brik'ĕr),
Eugene M., U.S. urologist, 1908-2000. See: Bricker operation.
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Bricker looked for similar factors that would create a rapid growth and profitability for her corporation.
Bricker added that the SEC's preference is to prevent financial reporting failure rather than prosecute it.
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Sun Country Airlines has appointed Jude Bricker to be its new president and chief executive officer, the company said.
Others cited for 'ability beyond disability' include Hirotada Ototake, also without limbs due to the similarly rare Tetra-Amelia Syndrome, but now a sports writer and best-selling author, and Jennifer Bricker, an acrobat born without legs.
Bricker to run for Vice President on the Republican ticket that year.
Interestingly, Caplan Bricker shortens the title to "Dismemberment Abortions.
Editors Bricker and Donohoe present students, academics, and researchers with a comprehensive, yet easily-understood guide to the conducting of tourism research in various worldwide contexts.
The projects tabulated by the Bricker & Eckler law firm includes the $1.
Secondary recurrent haemorrhage with peristomal varices complicating a urinary derivation according to Bricker and treated efficiently by endoscopic way.
Volker Roeber and Jeremy Bricker of Tohoku University in Japan used a computer model to recreate the waves that struck Hernani.
Summary: Razor's latest Blade 3T is exceptionally designed for hard-core gamers with almost nothing to dislike, says Annie Bricker.