Dittrich

Ditt·rich

(dit'rik),
Franz, German pathologist, 1815-1859. See: Dittrich plugs, Dittrich stenosis.
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Luke's board were Carol Dittrich and Margaret Millers who were both founding board members in 1982.
Joani Dittrich has been named vice president of advertising and marketing; previously, she was national and entertainment ad director, a job she's held since September.
A 350-room ME by Melia, the newest luxury hotel concept by the Spain's Sol Melia Hotels & Resorts, will be built adjacent to the Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel and across from the cruise ship piers, said Paradisus Puerto Rico managing director Ken Daniel Dittrich, reports Caribbean Business (Feb.
59 was more than a second ahead of third-placed Nina Dittrich of Austria.
If you don't go to the contest to win, you shouldn't compete at all," added singer Ollie Dittrich.
of Barrow named John Dittrich as chief financial officer.
A pair of 19th century KPM Berlin porcelain plaques entitled Ruth and Esther painted by R Dittrich, each young girl wearing flowing robes within open field landscape, each measuring 23x15.
They used to have lots of lay influence, and it's slipped away over the years," Dittrich said.
Spokespersons/titles: Larry Mitchell, CEO; Keith Dittrich, president; Mike Alberts, vice president.
It was just window dressing," says Luise Dittrich, a founding member of Voice of the Faithful, a Massachusetts-based group of laity that organized in the wake of the crisis in Boston.
Museum director Erika Dittrich said: "Bell got the fame but the work was done in Germany.
negotiating position on agriculture--one which ACGA President Keith Dittrich calls "an attempt to dismantle farm programs here and around the world.