Fiedler


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(fēd'lĕr),
Carl L.A., German physician, 1835-1921. See: Fiedler myocarditis.
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Fiedler also asked Rainbolt to remove himself from any further involvement in the investigation since BancFirst received at least $82,400 in payments from the Oklahoma City School District in 2003 and is the approved "Depository Services and Direct Deposit for District Services" vendor for the school district.
Simon is one of six Ackman-Ziff employees who've earned degrees from the NYU Real Estate Institute and taken a Fiedler course in the process.
13, Fiedler will return to present at the annual Roth Capital Partners New York Conference, a gathering of institutional investors and the senior management of small cap public companies.
For years Fiedler and Coleman have dissented from the main secession group, Valley VOTE, saying the group was not aggressive enough in supporting secession.
The signing of Fiedler from San Diego is the fifth recently for redhot following contracts with Barrington Powell from Detroit, Lisa Carlsen of Wisconsin, Danny Lemelin in Canada and Hugo Madrigal in Mexico.
She did not allege sexual harassment because Knight's conduct may not have risen to that level and didn't particularly offend her, Fiedler said.
Ambassador Fiedler told the South Sudanese and Sudanese journalists during conference opening, that the performance of journalists toward human rights and participation in civil society.
This book collects twelve essays by German Catholic scripture scholar Fiedler.
The white American, says Fiedler, "dreams of his acceptance at the breast he has most utterly offended" (151).
Fiedler emphasized the products are still in an early development stage.
CUTLINE: Nathaniel Fiedler with his Carter Park kiosk project.
Effacing the "fold" (a possible allusion to the disappearance of the Deleuzean pli) between the two halves of the images, Fiedler has turned the corridor into an eerily self-mirroring nonplace with its own psychological and physical logic.