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Eg·ger

(eg'ĕr),
Fritz, Swiss internist, 1863-1938. See: Egger line.
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Members of the management team are Jianwang Lin (CEO), Egger (CFO), Marco Fano (CMO) and Andre Imhof (COO).
Over this time the company has increased production, grown market share, introduced innovative new products and repaid the support of the wider Egger Group with a 61% increase in turnover.
Adrian Egger is a nationally and internationally renowned spa expert who looks back on more than 15 years of experience in the spa industry.
Egger (UK) was fined PS8,000 and ordered to pay PS578.
Egger reiterated support for Luminate CRM, with coding now occurring for the winter 2013 release.
Egger, a Swiss-based veteran of four decades of top-level field athletics involvement, said he had long harboured suspicions about the now disgraced Ostapchuk.
Egger, the founder and executive director of the D.
Egger was a partner in the accounting firm of Price Waterhouse before and after his IRS service.
We expected problems from the conversion, and we experienced somewhat more problems than we anticipated," IRS Commissioner Roscoe Egger said with considerable understatement during one in a series of uncomfortable appearances this spring before congressional committees.
Paul Brannen, a member of the European Agriculture and Rural Development Committee, joined key figures from the UK forestry and timber sector on the fact-finding mission organised by the Hexham-based Egger Forestry.
A major blaze broke out late on Sunday night at the biomass section of the Egger UK wood-product plant in Hexham, Northumberland.