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Schil·ler

(shil'ĕr),
Walter, Austrian pathologist in U.S., 1887-1960. See: Schiller test.
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After the tragic events at Newtown, Connecticut in 2012, Schiller implemented the K9s4KIDs program.
Schiller was most recently chair of global news at Twitter, where she set the strategy for partnerships with journalists around the world.
Managing Partner Jonathan Schiller said: "Natasha Harrison has led the firm's effort to develop in a very short time a London office of outstanding lawyers who serve the firm's clients expertly and globally.
Schiller apart is that he has never been sued for malpractice, attesting to his skill and devotion to his patients.
Mr Schiller told TBWA that together, they "have a lot of work to do to turn this around.
According to Fox News, along with Schiller, Reuters outgoing Digital Chief Jim Roberts was also speculated to be competing for the post that is meant to be a liaison between Twitter and news organizations.
2mm thick--23 percent thinner than the new, fourth-generation iPad--"thin as a pencil," as Schiller put it.
At the lunch, Schiller said that Tea Party members are stupid racists.
Bertrand Russell, himself no fan of pragmatism, once argued for scrapping Peirce and inserting Schiller into the mix as the 'literary' wing of first generation pragmatism (21).
That mundane decision started Schiller, 47, on a professional path that's literally taken her all over the map, from working overseas as an au pair to running the New York Times' Web site.
When, in 1962, Marilyn Monroe famously took off her clothes on the set of her final film, Schiller photographed her for Life magazine (".
Though carrageenan-containing products prevent HPV infection in the lab, Schiller notes that it's too early to say whether they do so in people.