Shaffer


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Shaf·fer

(shāf'ĕr),
A., U.S. biochemist, 1881-1960. See: Shaffer-Hartmann method.
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In addition, Shaffer serves as a member of the board and the executive committee of the Erie County Chamber of Commerce and is also a board member of the Cancer Support Community of Central Ohio.
The pair were born in May, 1926, in Liverpool, the sons of estate agent Jacob Shaffer and Reka Fredman, and had a younger brother, Brian.
Shaffer served as the Orthopaedic Team Consultant, Medical Director, and Head Team Physician to the Washington Capitals, Assistant Team Physician to the Washington Wizards, Medical Director to the Washington Nationals, Head Team Physician to the Washington Freedom Pro Women's Soccer Team, Head Team Physician to Georgetown University Athletics, Head Team Physician to the USBL Washington Congressionals, along with being Team Physician to other local schools.
Shaffer and "Late Show'' director Jerry Foley, meanwhile, begin preparing for the song's annual performance weeks in advance.
The Department of Transportation has chosen Silver to provide services to six more places in the Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia market area, added Shaffer.
Depending on what happens with the buildings and personal property -- some of which may be removed -- the buildings may or may not still be there, that will obviously affect value," Shaffer says.
Shaffer is more than an editor and author, he also has been prominent in many volunteer endeavors.
To lay the foundation of his guidance, Shaffer explains the impact of human nature when experiencing economic turmoil: "Nature allows us to have two very important elements: hope and fear.
Shaffer noted that with the support of technologically savvy customers such as Atmos, Crosstex and many others, the new fabrication shop continues to invest in technology such as plasma cutters, MIG and TIG machines.
10) and a 30-day public comment period, the parties will request the court to approve the settlements, Shaffer said.
The Army Reserve, with whom Shaffer was a lieutenant colonel, apparently cleared the book for publication, but the DoD alleged that a proper security review was not done.