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Sei·del

(sī-del'),
Erich, German ophthalmologist, 1882-1946. See: Seidel scotoma, Seidel sign.
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Going in, I knew Bates and Scott were by far the two heaviest favorites in that race," Seidel said.
The Vice Chancellor appreciated the initiative taken by the Political Science department and the Hans Seidel Foundation.
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Alvim's father, Roberto Seidel, founded the nursery in 1906.
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He praises Theodore Thomas, Anton Seidel, Serge Koussevitsky and Leopold Stowkowski for championing new music.
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INTERNATIONAL stars of the country music scene gathered in the picturesque village of Carnlough yesterday as Dixie Chick Martie Seidel said 'I do' for the second time.
Martie Seidel, 32-year-old fiddle player with the group, married Gareth in Hawaii last August.