Griesinger

Grie·sing·er

(grē'sing-ĕr),
Wilhelm, German neurologist, 1817-1868. See: Griesinger disease, bilious typhoid of Griesinger, Griesinger sign.
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Mukrasch MD, Bibow S, Korukottu J, Jeganathan S, Biernat J, Griesinger C, et al.
Diedrich K, Fauser BC, Devroey P, Griesinger G; Evian Annual Reproduction (EVAR) Workshop Group.
November 4, 2016: Rebecca Bostrom, Caroline Dickey, Luke Dixon, Zachary Fiol, Mitchell Gehman, Kyle Griesinger, Brendon Hamilton, Mackensie Henn, Amanda Kieffer, Courtney Kramer, Taylor Kross, Cameron Austin Marshall, Samantha Mayo, Seth Mertz, Shelby Neff, Abigail Shinier, Kiley Shionis, Keilah Soward, Abhy Strohman, Elizabeth Tonkin, Kayla Zimmerman.
Griesinger G, von Otte S, Schroer A, Ludwig AK, Diedrich K, Al-Hasani S, et al.
Adviser Investments' chairman, CEO and co-founder Dan Wiener and chief investment officer Jim Lowell will be joined by Braver president David D'Amico and chief investment officer Andrew Griesinger to oversee investment decisions and strategy.
Adviser Investments Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder Dan Wiener and Chief Investment Officer Jim Lowell will be joined by Braver President David D'Amico and Chief Investment Officer Andrew Griesinger in the oversight of investment decisions and strategy, according to the RIA.
To address the possible sources of academic cheating, some educational researchers have begun to examine the psychological and social/contextual correlates of academic cheating (Anderman, Griesinger, & Westerfield, 1998; Anderman & Midgley, 2004; Anderman & Murdock, 2007; Finn & Frone, 2004; Murdock & Anderman, 2006; Murdock et al.
The program includes a world premiere of Legends of Glory, by Kathryn Griesinger, played by orchestra students of the Edna Brewer Middle School (Oakland Public Schools) and the Community Women's Orchestra.
In "A Comic Vision Of Great Constancy: Stories About Unlocking The Wisdom Of Everyman", educator Alan Griesinger deftly argues that comedy provides that structure and embodies that voice.
Gait disturbance: in April 1805, "he climbs down the stairs with pain and misery" (Dies 1810); in 1808, he is carried to the concert hall in an armchair (Carpani 1812; Griesinger 1810); in November 1808, he is "sitting very stiff and rigid [.