Foltz

Foltz

(foltz),
Jean C.E., French anatomist and ophthalmologist, 1822-1876. See: Foltz valvule.
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Greg Foltz at Swedish, will lead to advances in our understanding of the biology of glioblastoma, and may result in novel approaches to improve treatment and survival.
As Lower Pottsgrove Police Chief Michael Foltz stood in front of a tan Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Caiman Friday morning, he said : 'We would have liked something smaller'.
Abbott Vascular senior vice president Chuck Foltz noted the FDA approval of the Supera stent provides an additional treatment option that can make a positive impact on the lives of people suffering from peripheral artery disease.
The new collection by Craig Foltz, We Used to Be Everywhere, traces the boundary between fiction and prose poetry, using a somewhat Language-centered writing that is self-referential in places, identifying a slippery, indeterminate discourse.
He said he first heard about Emmons' story from Lindsey Foltz at the city's Equity and Human Rights office.
Woman Lawyer: The Trials of Clara Foltz (1) is the culmination of Babcock's quarter-century endeavor to restore Foltz to her rightful place in the history of women's struggles to achieve full citizenship stature.
If the central criminal court building in Los Angeles had not been renamed the Clara Shortridge Foltz Justice Center in 2002, she would have remained mostly unknown in and out of the law profession.
Foltz, JD, CPA, CFP; Balasa Dlnvemo Foltz, LLC, Itasca, Ill.
and Foltz (emeritus, African studies and political science, Yale U.
Osborn & Barr (O&B), Kansas City, MO, adds Jason Gerke, Todd Foltz, Keri Geffert-English and Mandy German to its PR team.
Tommy Foltz, vice president of Public Affairs for Earth Biofuels Inc.
We may be out, but we ain't down," said team captain Chriztine Foltz, dressed as a boxer.