Rieger

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Rie·ger

(rē'gĕr),
Herwigh, German ophthalmologist. See: Rieger anomaly, Rieger syndrome.
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Mc Manus used to be subjected: as if Reiger were fronting for someone else because his attack made no natural sense and was unconvincing and artificial.
Mark Shroder and Arthur Reiger, in a 2000 Journal of Housing Research paper, produced similar results in a direct comparison of the total payments to property owners under the Section 8 Rental Certificate program, a tenant-based program, and the Section 8 New Construction and Substantial Rehabilitation programs.
Asked in a phone interview how inclusion in the exhibition has affected him, Reiger said:
Early studies such as Alderson and Chen (1986), Moore and Pruitt (1990), and Mittelstaedt and Reiger (1990) find positive stock price reactions when firms terminate DB plans.
It features Reiger Suspension and 285mm front disc and 255mm rear disc Alcon brakes, 15-inch alloy wheels with JK rally tyres, an aerodynamic body kit, rear spoiler, a roof vent and stripped interiors, FIA-spec roll-cage, fire extinguisher system and OMP rally seats with six-point harness for the driver and navigator.
Despite the comparatively small proportion of Australians engaged in RHDs, Australian governments have identified postgraduate research education as a vital component of national research and development--a resource closely linked to economic productivity in a competitive global context (Australian Productivity Commission 2003; Reiger, Schofield and Peters in press).
Up to half of claims for which insurers pay $0 are those for which the patient owes the full amount, said Mark Reiger, vice president for payment and reimbursement strategy at NHXS, which helped develop the report card.
At the same time, entering the historical fields of the family and women's work from another angle, Kerreen Reiger deployed the new social history to detail changing domestic practices as they pertained to modern technologies and expectations of women in their relationships with children and spouses in the space of the home (1985, 1991).
Reiger, Ceramics in Orthopedics--30 Years of Evolution and Experience, World Tribology Forum in Arthroplasty, 2001
A number of politicians were opposed to the Centres on the grounds that they marked state interference in the private domain of the home and in particular troubled the 'natural' gendered division of labour (Brennan 1998; Reiger 1985).
1999) (describing the distinction between recklessness and negligence as "not just a difference in degree, but also in kind"); Reiger v.