Noack

No·ack

(nō'ahk),
M., 20th-century German physician. See: Noack syndrome.
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Byline: Rick Noack and Luisa Beck The Washington Post
He is available on a free in the summer but his agent Marcus Noack is pessimistic about his chances of leaving before then.
The aromatics concentrations of 500-600 mmol/kg (approximately 20% by weight) and the 27-29% NOACK volatility of the two Group I stocks in the design are both particularly high.
On the F&B side, it has a new cluster culinary director in Frank Manfred Noack, who brings over 33 years of culinary experience and who is also the recipient of numerous awards.
Naturalist Michael Noack - who has studied gray whales and assisted with research missions - will lead presentations at 11:30 a.
The expansion included an extensive suite of modifications for processing humidity-sensitive drug products; the installation of a new Noack 623 blister line; a custom designed desiccant feeder; and an off-line Hapa Blister-Jet printer.
Both Noack and Siracusano thought at least a 50/50 currency hedged portfolio was a prudent start, especially with the global currency and equity volatility that's been in play over the past few years.
Dies sind die Vortrage von Heino Falcke (9-46), der von 1973 bis 1994 Propst in Erfurt war, und von Axel Noack (47-77), von 1997 bis 2009 Bischof der Evangelischen Kirche der Kirchenprovinz Sachsen.
This was demonstrated recently on the Romaco Noack 960 blister line at the ACFIEMA event in Frankfurt, Germany.
Romaco North America has launched the Noack 900 Series of Blister Machines offering high levels of automation with servo and automated controls to ensure operator-independent precision.
team, including students Kyle Ragan, Brendan Herrera, Jeremy McLennan, Aaron Noack, Tyler Casteel and Nick Crain, received a $1,800 scholarship for their efforts, and their paper will be published in the Winter 2016 issue of the International Journal of Metalcasting (IJMC).