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(grēn'vahld),
L., late 19th-century German otorhinolaryngologist. See: May-Grünwald stain.
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Robert Gruenwald secured a silver medal in sparrings and a gold in team sparrings Dariusz Nowak clinched a bronze medal in sparrings, a gold in team sparrings and a bronze in special techniques.
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Tom Gruenwald, President and CEO of Westell, will serve as interim General Manager of IBW while the company searches for a replacement.
When Marvel Comics editor Mark Gruenwald died in 1996, he left an interesting final wish: to have his ashes mixed into the ink in one of Marvel's titles.
For Asia-Pacific as a whole, we still see limited evidence that those tailwinds, namely the pick-up in US consumer spending and sharply lower oil prices, are boosting growth," said Paul Gruenwald, Standard & Poor's Asia-Pacific chief economist.
The said character made his first appearance in "Captain America #352" as created by Mark Gruenwald and Kieron Dwyer.
Stefan Gruenwald, Co-Founder and CTO of Diagnomics, commented on the Garmatex and Diagnomics collaboration: "We have become experts in diagnosing and treating disease, but we are still at the mercy of these bacteria and fungi.
Other panelists at the seminar were Paul Gruenwald, Chief Asia-Pacific Economist at Standard & Poor's Ratings Services; Marios Maratheftis, Global Head of Macro Research at Standard Chartered; Manuel Rodrigues, Portugal's Secretary of State of Finance; and Naoyuki Shinohara, Deputy Managing Director at the International Monetary Fund.
Research by Dr Joerg Gruenwald, of Berlin University, found that garlic's effect on circulation could be of benefit to any narrowed arteries in the groin.
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Campbell coordinates with farmers to grow more than 800,000 tons of tomatoes each year, according to Tim Gruenwald, Campbell's director of agriculture.
The bodies of the two German nurses, 24-year-old Anita Gruenwald and 26-year-old Rita Stumpp, were buried on Tuesday after their memorial service was attended by more than 2000 people at their church in Wolfsburg.