Exner

Ex·ner

(eks'nĕr),
Siegmund, Austrian physiologist, 1846-1926. See: Call-Exner bodies, Exner plexus.
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To create consumer excitement during 1953 and 1954, Chrysler produced four Firearrows penned by Virgil Exner.
Simon and Schuster has also revealed that the book, scheduled for release in July, will also talk about real-life Kennedy liaisons as Marilyn Monroe, Angie Dickinson and Judith Campbell Exner.
We're delighted to have an executive of Guy's caliber joining us to drive sales in North and South America," said Stefan Exner, CEO of Beta Systems.
Responding to media coverage and the deluge of calls received by the Vancouver archdiocese, Archbishop Adam Exner said in a public statement, "The church's position is crystal clear.
Ms Exner died at the City of Hope Cancer Centre, Duarte, California, hospital officials said.
Schratz said the editorial represented his views and not those of Archbishop Adam Exner, publisher of the paper, who does not see material in advance of publication.
Filmmaker Mick Garris is juggling preparations for his Showtime Judith Campbell Exner movie with two other films.
Scheduled speakers Edouard Cardinal Gagnon, president emeritus of the Pontifical Council for the Family, and Archbishop Adam Exner, archbishop emeritus of Vancouver, were unable to appear due to illness.
Mob girl Judith Exner claimed she had an abortion after Kennedy got her pregnant.
TV Guide's worst show ever has nothing on ``Power and Beauty,'' a gleefully seedy Showtime film about the affair between mob moll Judith Campbell Exner (Natasha Henstridge, slumming, if that's possible, from ``She Spies'') with John F.
In fact, Exner provided interviews and background materials about her dramatic history, her longtime affair with JFK, her relationship with mobster Sam Giancana, and her role as go-between for the two men.