Byler

By·ler

(bī'lĕr),
Amish kindred in the U.S. See: Byler disease.

Byler,

Amish kindred in the U.S.
Byler disease - genetic trait in Amish children that causes fatal intrahepatic arrest of bile flow.
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Byler of New York, New York has been recognized as a Professional of the Year for 2015 by Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Edition for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of law.
Flashing forward to the recent past, the author analyzes two films, Charlotte Sometimes (Eric Byler, 2002), an independent work about two mismatched Asian couples, and Better Luck Tomorrow (Justin Lin, 2002), based on a 1992 murder by Chinese American high school students in Orange County.
Schinnerer Group CEO Robert Byler said, SeaFire s expertise in the auto dealer and repair facility market place, reputation for underwriting excellence and client-centric culture make it an excellent addition to The Schinnerer Group .
BHI is dedicated to supporting start-up biohealth companies in Central Maryland in their submission of competitive SBIR applications," said Ethan Byler, Director, Innovation Programs, BioHealth Innovation, Inc.
SHIRLENE NORDE has been promoted to wholesale account executive; SUE WINTERS has been named Pacific regional manager; BEN MURRAY has been named reverse-mortgage sales team member, Arizona; JOHN MARTIN has been named reverse-mortgage sales team member, Oregon; BLAKE PAVLICH has been named reverse-mortgage sales team member, Washington; CANDY WATSON, THOMAS PRESSLER and RONNA WEBB have been named reverse-mortgage sales team members, California; GAIL HAWKINS has been named Missouri area manager; EVAN WHITE has been named California area manager; CHARLES BYLER has been named Arizona area manager; BILL NIEHUS has been named Colorado reverse-mortgage professional; and PEGGY STOUT has been named Utah reverse-mortgage professional for Atlanta-based Generation Mortgage Co.
I would ask that there are some very specific controls that are enforceable," Byler said.
High correlations have been reported between early child care teachers' ideas about effective behavioral strategies and their socialization goals as well as between preferred and observed practices (Stipek & Byler, 1997).
Only one author of Amish romances, Linda Byler, is actually Amish.
Applebaum KM, Karagas MR, Hunter DJ, Catalano PJ, Byler SH, Morris S, et al.
What they find in the town of Byler is a humble home with an endearing family, but they also face a new school and a new job where not everyone means well.
2) Members of the Monthly Labor Review reinvention team were Christen Byler, Elizabeth Handwerker, Carol Boyd Leon, Amar Mann, Joe Nunes, Jennifer Price, Terry Schau, Demetrio Scopelliti, and Keith Tapscott.
Zaffino, whose brother is President and CEO of Marsh, Peter Zaffino, will take over as president reporting to CEO Rob Byler.