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Ha·ber

(hā'bĕr),
Henry, British dermatologist, 1900-1962. See: Haber syndrome.

Ha·ber

(hah'bĕr),
Fritz, German chemist, 1868-1934. See: Haber-Weiss reaction.
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Haber also answered a question on a possible change in the German stance towards the Muslim Brotherhood, stating that his country is "against terrorism of all kinds and from all sides and we cooperate with our partners against it".
But most of all, I thought about the villainous chemist on the other side: Nobel Prize winner Fritz Haber who, according to historian William H.
Kitz haber would be unconstrained by re-election calculations, and would be motivated by a desire to leave a lasting legacy.
Under the terms of the MOU, Logi will begin by providing Haber with a complete set of working drawings of the Aladdin HGP4 green gold system.
On Tribunal indictment, Haber said that they shall not accept an indictment if not based on evidence and fixed facts.
Haber said "no other brokers are doing this" right now, but there is no doubt it will pick up in popularity with home-shoppers.
The very fact that Thomas shared a training pitch with Henry during his early years with Arsenal is sure to draw Haber closer to his new teammate.
The ex-Blues man also managed to chalk up over 50 caps for his country, another ambition for Haber, who has already represented Canada from under-17 to under-23 level.
I agree with Haber that Jesus was probably an observant Jew.
Conti says Haber expects to see revenues from its batch lots in the fourth quarter of this year.
WHEN I FIRST stumbled across the story of Fritz Haber, I didn't see it as a tale of faith.