Dietl


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Die·tl

(dē'tĕl),
Józef, Polish physician, 1804-1878. See: Dietl crisis.
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3, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Beau Dietl & Associates is one of the world's leading private investigator firms.
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For years before his cover was blown in 2005, Wilhelm Dietl reported on events from across the Islamic world for quality European media outlets.
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Local architects Markus Scherer and Walter Dietl were commissioned to restore the structure so it could cope with the new demands of exhibitions and tourism.
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