Seckel


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Seck·el

(sek'ĕl),
Helmut P.G., German physician, *1900. See: Seckel dwarfism, Seckel syndrome.
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Seckel brings more than 20 years of experience leading development of software solutions for federal entities, including DHS USCIS, ICE, CBP, and TSA, as well as the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
Growers in the Deep South can try Warren, believed to be a cross of Seckel and Comice, and similar to Magness.
Seckel spotted a redfish moving through the grass and a well-placed bait broke the ice with a small, but spunky red.
He recognised the bird-like shape of Stephanie's head, which is particular to Seckel Syndrome.
Bartlett is probably the best known of the group, although others like Anjou, Bosc, Clapp's Favorite and Seckel are also grown for the commercial market.
10-30 Pollinized by Bosc, needs 45-60 days of cold storage before ripening Seckel Aug.
Chromosomal instability at common fragile sites in Seckel syndrome.
The second time I met Rubin was at the 1988 opening of "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon," an exhibition curated by Helene Seckel at the Musee National Picasso in Paris.
A Kentucky Legal Services attorney, Rich Seckel, noted that legislative sponsors "were recruited one by one" (Seckel, 1999).
Seckel (California Institute of Technology) presents a brief overview of the history of illusionary art, also called trompe l'oeil, and provides biographical information on each artist, as well as useful commentary on particular images.