Ecker

Eck·er

(ek'ĕr),
Enrique Eduardo., U.S. bacteriologist, 1887-1966. See: Rees-Ecker fluid.

Eck·er

(ek'ĕr),
Alexander, German anatomist, 1816-1887. See: Ecker fissure.
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Le necessaire nettoyage de la region d'In Ecker (150 km au nord de Tamanrasset), contaminee par la radioactivite engendree par les essais nucleaires de la France coloniale dans le Sahara algerien, et la prise en charge des victimes demeurent une question [beaucoup moins que] pressante [beaucoup plus grand que], ont souligne des associations locales et des specialistes du nucleaire.
Ecker Band was originally written and copyrighted in 1988 during troubled times then.
On the business mission, Mayor Tory was joined by Councillor Thompson as well as Michael Williams, General Manager of the City's Economic Development and Culture division, and Janet Ecker, President and CEO of the Toronto Financial Services Alliance.
Jon Ecker would seem to have it all: an expert researcher, a successful entrepreneur, and a passion for the energy industry.
lecture on "The Art of Growing Food'' by Ellen Ecker Ogden, author and garden consultant.
Dr George Samson, 54, is said to have told his wife, Kelly Ecker, 50, during the reception that she would "never get her hands on my money".
OeVAG supervisory board member Richard Ecker said the loss in the second half would be much smaller.
Robert Ecker, MD has joined the practice as partner and Medical Director.
Additionally, two associates, Adam Ecker and Will Cheng, have transitioned within the Investment Sales division.
The association president and chief executive, Janet Ecker, signed an agreement with the Dubai International Financial Centre on Saturday.
Jeffrey Ecker, a high-risk obstetrician at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Boston, said that this warning should not have an impact on practice because the length of exposure and maternal dose of magnesium sulfate cited in the FDA's statement are not recommended.
Ecker's memoir of the first mission on 23 October 1962 is heart-pumping stuff, and it forms the basis for the equally exciting 10-minute sequence in the 2000 movie Thirteen Days, which featured a computer-generated presentation of Ecker and his wingman launching and flying over the Cuban coastline to photograph the surprised Cuban and Russian engineers building their missile sites.