Budde

Bud·de

(bud-uh),
E., 19th-century Danish sanitary engineer. See: Budde process.
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In that survey of more than 2,000 North American malting barleys, Schmitt and Budde found an unexpected correlation between high levels of a desirable beta-amylase-associated attribute and low levels of serine-class proteases.
Robert and Peggy Budde of Eugene celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Jan.
The company spent less than $1 million to develop the product, and estimates it will have paid for itself within six months to a year, Budde said.
The judging panel for the awards comprised Mark Kemp, Eira Hayward and Matthew Whalley from Capacity Magazine; Camille Mendler from Yankee Group; Paul Budde of Paul Budde Communication; Judy Reed Smith from Atlantic ACM and Jawad Abassi of Arab Advisors Group.
Many of them did as he left the mound to a loud roar after striking out Budde to keep the Sox within striking distance.
Authors Rodney Clapp, Michael Budde, and others write that God is not religious, nice, "one of us," an American, or a capitalist.
Telecoms analyst Paul Budde said the Qantas shift to Apple affirmed the US firm s foothold in the sector at the expense of smaller players such as Nokia and BlackBerry s maker RIM.
Politics is a cutthroat business and you've got to address it head-on, and I think he was late on the draw," Budde said.
Paul Budde, senior managing director for product development with Aon Benfield, was given the task of leading a small team to integrate the exposure management systems of Aon and Benfield, when Aon decided to purchase Benfield, a well-known analytics shop in the reinsurance marketplace.
Speakers include Bernadette Budde, senior vice president of the Business Industry Political Action Committee of Washington, D.
In right field, Howie Kendrick and Ryan Budde entertained teammates with an aerial show by doing tricks and stunts with a remote control airplane.