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Schiff

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Schiff

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Moritz, German physiologist, 1823-1896. See: Schiff-Sherrington phenomenon.
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Scientists produced worldwide epoxy resin oligomer, which was Schiff based, and examined them by using different characterization techniques like CHNS analysis, spectroscopic methods (FTIR, UV-Vis) and thermogravimetric methods [3].
Prior to its April 2016 Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, Schiff was a leading US manufacturer and distributor of narrow woven ribbon.
Several dentists have reported that Schiff & Associates bring a new level of service to their clients.
Schiff attacks the premise of the individual income tax: that government should take a portion of wages.
Schiff argues that the main culprit of our economic instability is America's central bank: the Federal Reserve.
Reckitt Benckiser's tender officer is contingent on Schiff and its controlling stockholders terminating their merger and related agreements with Bayer.
Salt Lake City-based Schiff has strong brands in three of the largest nutritional supplement segments: joint care (Move Free), cardiovascular health (MegaRed) and immune support (Airborne).
Amin has a detailed strategy for promoting growth at Schiff Nutrition.
Schiff has two extremely successful examples of success with this model in its portfolio--the Move Free joint health supplement and the MegaRed krill oil supplement.
Best of all, Cleopatra's timing was impeccable; she indeed seems to have had help, or great good luck, in producing children precisely when it was most advantageous to do so," Schiff writes.
487m Class B shares in the company which converted into Class A shares in a one-for-one ratio, Schiff Nutrition said in a statement.
Albert "Bud" Schiff as the Navy Supply Corps Foundation's 38th Distinguished Alumnus.