Budde

Bud·de

(bud-uh),
E., 19th-century Danish sanitary engineer. See: Budde process.
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And, SIH is looking forward to working with Smith, SIH President and CEO Rex Budde says.
Tenders are invited for Proposed construction of wbm road from main road busstand to budde house at prabhag no 07 under mc chimur area
Cathy Budde told reporters that her children were the first ones to catch the jogger defecating while squatting with her shorts down on their lawn.
Summary: The family kept finding the runner's poop, Budde said, and the dirty paper napkins she leaves behind
Only one member of the fourstrong crew, wireless operator Rudolf Budde, survived.
Ally Budde was just that, a buddy, a friend to everybody.
Director: Claude Barras Voices: Gaspard Schlatter, Sixtine Murat, Paulin Jaccoud, Michel Vuillermoz, Raul Ribera, Estelle Hennard, Elliot Sanchez, Lou Wick, Brigitte Rosset, Monica Budde, Adrien Barazzone, Veronique Montel
According to Paul Budde, analyst at BuddeComm, service providers can offer OTT players value added infrastructure services and managed services.
Scott Budde, a former executive with pension fund TIAA-CREF, which primarily serves educators and health care professionals, is one of the driving forces behind the Maine Harvest Credit Project.
This light is scattered by the possibly existing dust or smoke," said computer scientist Matthias Budde.
In Kentucky at the Louisville Courier-Journal, Executive Editor Neil Budde took zero-based budgeting to heart: rather than cutting out a lot of relatively inexpensive reporters in order to meet the budget he was given by owner Gannett Co.