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He·ring

(her'ing),

He·ring

(her'ing),
Heinrich Ewald, German physiologist, 1866-1948. See: sinus nerve of Hering, Hering-Breuer reflex, Traube-Hering curves.
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Hering on his election," said Kenneth Manning, chairman and CEO of Sensient Technologies.
This may just be an aberration because of stronger pricing, but Hering is glad to see it at the present time.
An ombudsman can be an impartial third party to mediate disputes between residents, or to resolve conflicts between residents and staff or residents and family, according to Hering.
Most recently, Hering has been an advisor to a number of boards and companies on matters of sustainability, energy use and water conservation.
JANUARY 1968 AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE NOVEMBER 15-DECEMBER 2 BY DORIS HERING
JANUARY 1959 ERICK HAWKINS' HUNTER PLAYHOUSE NOVEMBER 29, 1958 BY DORIS HERING
Spark moves the white board onto the web, so your team can incorporate distributed employees, customers and vendors in a brainstorm for a broader point of view," said Hering.
I met Doris Hering when she was, forcefully, lecturing about the spread of dance in the United States.
Our focus has always been to convert great ideas into software and processes companies can use to implement what they learn," explained Hering, who will lead the new OVO business unit.
Still a contributor today, Doris Hering is a senior editor of the magazine.
Carl Hering to the position of Senior Vice President, Exploration and Business Development, effective February 1, 2006.
The Committee to Support PGE is comprised of concerned Portland business people and community volunteers, including Dick Keller, Ron Timpe, Mark Ganz, Harold Schnitzer, Tim Boyle, Dick Reiten, Tom Walsh and Clayton Hering.