Frohn

Frohn

(frōn),
Damianus, 19-century German physician. See: Frohn reagent.
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Bridesmaids were Mary Caroline Beach, Mary Lauren Brunson, Emily Penick Decker, Virginia Peacock Douglas, Mary Grace Penick Frohn, Lauren Elizabeth Gardner, Anna Penick Lowe, Hannah Nicole Martin, Lucy Eason Martin, Mildred Emily Monsour, Mary Katherine Sharman, Claire Douglas Sims, Ellen Westmoreland Thomas, and Elizabeth Ann Woody.
Rob Frohn stepped down from the board while Doll van den Brink and Peter Ellwood were reappointed to the supervisory board for further four-year terms.
In addition, AkzoNobel has announced that Rob Frohn, board of manage-ment member responsible for Specialty Chemicals, will leave the company.
This is an excellent opportunity which couples our strategic ambition to accelerate growth in Asia with our commitment to locate production closer to our customers," said Rob Frohn, AkzoNobel's executive committee member responsible for specialty chemicals.
Dr Matthew Frohn, director of Oxford Technology Management, added: "Microvisk has successfully transferred an exciting, proven sensor technology in the medical sector to develop Smartstrip.
Dr Matthew Frohn, director of Oxford Technology Management, said: "Microvisk has successfully transferred an exciting, proven sensor technology into the medical sector to develop SmartStrip, which is uniquely designed for patient use at home as well as in the doctor's office.
Matthew Frohn graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a
Luhm J, Langenkamp U, Hensel J, Frohn C, Brand JM, Hennig H, Rink L, Koritke P, Wittkopf N, Williams DL, Mueller A.
CUTLINE: (1) From left, Judy Bailey, Barbara Buckman, Louise Frohn, Ida Flynn, and Myrtle Walker of Westminster and Mary Lasky of Gardner enjoy tea at the senior center yesterday.
Because of their compact scale and scope for formal invention, houses are a perpetually popular Awards subject and in Chile, Frohn & Rojas experiment with layers of different materials (concrete cave, stacked timber shelving, polycarbonate shell, soft fabric skin) to create an inventive, low budget prototype dwelling (p42).
Although the Dutch company stopped short of saying it was looking to buy ICI, its chief financial officer, Rob Frohn, said there was much to admire about the business.