Ehret

Eh·ret

(e-rā'),
Heinrich, early 20th-century German physician. See: Ehret phenomenon.
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Ulrike Ehret notes that these Catholics were members of the social elites of imperial and Weimar Germany.
Ehret as chief executive officer, effective January 25, 2016, while Stephen Fitzgerald, interim CEO, will continue to serve as deputy chairman, a role he has held since 2013.
We produce spunlaid nonwovens with a patented process developed in-house that has considerable advantages over competing technologies," says Michael Ehret, head of operations, regional business unit Europe and plant manager at Kaiserslautern.
State Street Global Advisors (SSGA), the asset management business of State Street Corporation (NYSE:STT), has said that Greg Ehret has been named president.
Arnolad Ehret (1866-1922) was a German health educator and author of several books on diet, detoxification, fruitarianism, fasting, food combining, health, longevity, naturopathy, physical culture, and vitalism.
The largest collection of shells in Europe took pride of place among the conventional medley of rare and valuable antiquities, paintings, miniatures, snuff boxes, porcelain, Old Master drawings and prints, along with 500 flower drawings by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-70).
Jason Ehret, his stories were fascinating and candor refreshing, we learned more about the SEAL program than you can read in any book; Ky Snyde, University San Diego Athletic Director, who thought and talked more like a senior business leader than an Athletic Director.
Jake Ehret relieved Kaprielian and walked Caleb Hamilton on four pitches to score Michael Howard and give the Beavers a 4-2 lead.
A su vez, estos idiomas forman parte del grupo boreoafroasiatico, un polemico termino acunado por el linguista norteamericano Christopher Ehret que englobaria a los semitas, egipcios y bereberes (EHRET, 1995, p.
Graduating performers in the June 15th show are first timers Sam Berglund (Rancho Santa Margarita), Kody Dennis (Mission Viejo), Allison Ehret (Anaheim Hills), Sandy Hames (Mission Viejo), Chad Hooper (Laguna Niguel), Brian Meh, Robert Penner (Newport Beach), and Dan Tran (Aliso Viejo), plus intermediate students Billy Houston (Fullerton), Seth Sultan (Wagon Wheel Canyon), and Walt Stevens.
We can look at white sharks today a little bit differently ecologically if we know that they come from a mako shark ancestor," said lead author Dana Ehret, a lecturer at Monmouth University in New Jersey who conducted research for the study as a UF graduate student.
Motina--Cecilija Eret Bos (Caecilla Ehret Boos, 1859-1941) nebesulauke sunaus, mire tris menesius pries jiems atvykstant.