Egger


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Eg·ger

(eg'ĕr),
Fritz, Swiss internist, 1863-1938. See: Egger line.
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Egger, the founder and executive director of the D.
Egger was a native of Jackson, Michigan, and a graduate of Indiana University.
Commissioner Roscoe Egger went back to Congress this spring, asking for cuts in his budget and less personnel for processing and taxpayer assistance.
Both Prima Cheese and Egger have done extremely well to be named second in their category against hundreds of businesses around the country.
But, yesterday, an Egger spokesman said the plant will be fully operational by the close of the week.
Egger doesn't envision the Congress as an alternative to IS or other groups, but said that it will "enrich the dialogue" they've been having.
What Egger's salary is no one will say either at the Post or Lee, where Egger is a vice president.
It's impossible to know what color egg your Easter Egger will lay until it lays its first egg.
MULTIMILLION-POUND investments were made at Northumberland's largest manufacturing employer Egger last year, when it said it served up a "stable" financial performance in the wake of Brexit.
Procurement of the LR 11000 crawler crane by Emil Egger AG is a novelty in more ways than one.
Autefa Solutions announced that Christian Egger was appointed new CEO of Autefa Solutions Germany, replacing Dr.