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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.
Schiff tries to look at Cleopatra as objectively as possible.
Resulting from the deal, Schiff Nutrition has appointed two executives from TPG Growth, William McGlashan and Matthew Hobart, to its board of directors.
Albert "Bud" Schiff as the Navy Supply Corps Foundation's 38th Distinguished Alumnus.