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Schül·ler

(shēl'ĕr),
Artur, early 20th-century Austrian neurologist. See: Schüller disease, Schüller phenomenon, Schüller syndrome, Hand-Schüller-Christian disease.

Schül·ler

(shēl'ĕr),
Karl H.L.A. Max, German surgeon, 1843-1907. See: Schüller ducts.
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Victor Guppy had developed an obsession about Louise Schuller after she broke off their relationship and started seeing another man.
Schuller took his problem to Richard Meier and his partner, Michael Palladino, who were then polishing their design for the Getty Center (AR February 1998).
Schuller brings over 30 years of food marketing experience to the agency.
With his 33rd book ready for publication, Robert Schuller celebrates two golden anniversaries: 50 years of ministry and 50 years of marriage.
A brief report about the luncheon on the Unification church's website speaks approvingly of Moon's ability to draw a broad cross-section of religious leaders to his events, asserting that the gathering "united Christian leaders black and white, including Robert Schuller, Jerry Falwell, the leader of the Southern Baptist Convention, a representative of the Billy Graham organization, and many others.
According to Schuller, the continuous decline in the property's fortunes culminated earlier this year when the office complex was purchased by new owners for $43.
adapted the title of his address from Robert Schuller's book, Power to Grow Beyond Yourself In his book, Schuller tells an old Indian tale about a brave who finds an eagle's egg that had fallen from its nest.
Schuller has been named Group Executive of Operations for Peabody Energy Australia, replacing Williamson.
Robert Schuller is being sued for $5 million by the United Airlines flight attendant he tangled with on a coast-to-coast flight June 28.
A unique licensing agreement was recently finalized between nonwoven roll goods producer Lydall Manning Nonwovens, Troy, NY, and another nonwoven insulation manufacturer, Schuller International, Denver, CO (formerly Manville).
Helmut Schuller says his gravest concern is that an unyielding institutional church is unable to look to new models of church and so baptized Catholics are being deprived of access to the Eucharist, which is the "spiritual center of our communities.