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Fisch·er

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

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Bobby Fischer is convinced that this is a politically motivated act and the evidence seems to support that,'' John Bosnitch, a Tokyo-based communications consultant advising Fischer in his deportation process, told reporters in Tokyo.
With that, Jack Fischer leaves school Monday and heads for the apartment of a man he has never met.
Fischer plans to continue to meet its RE&S service and warranty obligations until the completion of the sale of the RE&S Assets by utilizing the services of Byers Peak through a manufacturing services agreement and other contractors.
Nearly 50 people contributed to each album, including players of unusual instruments such as contrabass sax and alto trombone," says Brent Fischer who is director of all the Clare Fischer bands that include: The Clare Fischer Voices, Latin Jazz Group, Big Band, Clarinet Choir and The Clare Fischer Jazz Corps.
For Fischer to sneak in, Lagarde would have to be rejected by the emerging worldupset that there have been zero non-First World heads in the IMF's 65-year historyand alternate candidate Agustin Carstens, Mexico's top central banker, would have to fail to generate enthusiasm, thereby allowing Fischer, who though a joint U.
Fischer graduated from the University of Illinois and later received his Master's Degree in chemical engineering from the University of Michigan.
That might sound like some of the trends coming out of Europe now, but as Fischer points out, Celtic Frost utilized those elements in their music 20 years ago.
Born in Oslo in 1921, Fischer is a fearless giant of a man who looks much younger than his 83 years--most of which he has spent fighting bureaucracy: from the upper echelons of the German diplomatic service to minor government officials across India.
It's something I never thought I would see in my lifetime,'' Fischer said of the recent problems with domoic acid and stranded sea lion pups in Ventura County.
Combining the archeological with the poetic, Fischer confronts transience and longevity, issues that have haunted art for much of the past half-century, from Rauschenberg's rotted, mud-covered canvases and the Earthworks of Nancy Holt (incidentally Smithson's wife), to Meg Webster's plant works and Mark Dion's Vivarium, 2002-2003 (an homage to Smithson's Dead Tree, 1969).
Arriving at Narita airport in a limousine provided by the Icelandic Embassy, Fischer, 62, was mobbed by several dozen reporters and photographers.