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Fisch·er

(fish'ĕr),
Louis, U.S. pediatrician, 1864-1945. See: Fischer sign, Fischer symptom.

Fisch·er

(fish'ĕr),
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The Fischer FiberOptic connector will perform perfectly in harsh and extreme environments.
When it comes to questioning authority, Fischer has no problem expressing contempt for organized religion.
If anyone can find that person Fischer can, but until he does his work and his battle with the bureaucrats will continue--and woe betide anyone who tries to stop him
IVAN FISCHER CONDUCTS THE LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC, WITH VIOLINIST MARTIN CHALIFOUR - Three stars
Chess legend Bobby Fischer left Thursday for Iceland after an eight-month detention in Japan over an alleged passport violation and efforts to deport him to the United States, which is seeking his arrest.
Despite the widespread reverence among younger artists for Robert Smithson's art and writing, it's rare to encounter someone who wears his mantle as snugly as Rob Fischer.
In 1972, Bobby Fischer became [a] national hero" recalled Spassky.
We think this is definitely a case where the sum is greater than its parts," said Lauren Keiser, president/CEO of Carl Fischer.
Fischer agrees that radiant cooling offers the best option for large commercial and institutional buildings in the future.
Fischer, who is the youngest female and the seventh child in her clan, says that although she may not have wanted to serve the church, she was inspired by her father's commitment to charitable giving.
After examining 13 years' of observations gathered by the Marcy-Butler team, Fischer discerned a second, more-distant planet that causes the star to move back and forth 11 meters every second.