Merzbacher

Merz·bach·er

(mertz'bahk-ĕr),
Ludwig, German physician in Argentina, 1875-1942. See: Merzbacher-Pelizaeus disease, Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease.
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Weeknight dinner solutions are always a need for busy families, and we know that's especially true in New York," said Peg Merzbacher, Vice President of Regional Marketing.
Peg Merzbacher, marketing director for Peapod, said that Peapod's parent company found that pickup service was very popular in Europe.
The Nature Park has unique naturally grown fir trees, the Sary Jaz river, Merzbacher Lake, unique diversity of flora, endangered animals, snow leopard among them.
The stereotypical online grocery shopper has always been a busy working family, says Peg Merzbacher, director of marketing for Skokie, Ill.
Merzbacher Kunststiftung, Werner & Gabrielle Merzbacher, and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art)
Eighty masterpieces from the Merzbacher Collection," Times Literary Supplement (13 September 2002).
Masters of Colour from Derain to Kandinsky, an exhibition which continues until 17 November at the Royal Academy, offers a rare chance to see pictures from the Merzbacher Collection, notable for its paintings by the Fauves and their associates.
He shows how these first leaders, Isaac Leeser, Abraham Rice, and Leo Merzbacher, "were faced with frustration and hostility.
Pelizaeus Merzbacher disease: genetic models and mechanisms
Of the top 50 most popular items ordered on Peapod for office delivery, nearly half (48%) are produce items," said Peg Merzbacher, vice president of regional marketing for Peapod.
Draper said, his words drawn out but his grin unaffected because of Pelizaeus Merzbacher disease.