Theile

Thei·le

(tī'lĕ),
Friedrich W., German anatomist, 1801-1879. See: Theile canal, Theile glands, Theile muscle.
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Part 2, "Rites to Believe," includes: Alisa Manninen, "'The Charm's Wound Up': Supernatural Rites in Macbeth" (61-74); Verena Theile, "Demonising Macbeth" (75-90); Jill Delsigne, "Hermetic Miracles in The Winter's Tale" (91-110).
The only known sources for the compositions by Theile and Roellig under review are found in the Sing-Akademie; the autograph manuscript of the Graun cantata is located here as well.
Cynthia Howard, RDH, MS; Andrea Beal, RDH, MS; Shirley Birenz, RDH, MS; Cheryl Westphal Theile, RDH, EdD; Robert Davidson, DDS, PhD
1599) assures him that "if thou canst but drawe thy mouth awrye, laye thy legg over thy staffe, sawe a peece of cheese asunder with thy dagger, lape up drinke on the earth, I warrant thee theile laughe mightilie," adding that "[c]lownes haue bene thrust into playes by head and shoulders euer since Kempe could make a scuruey face.
While at the hospital the Minister also announced the naming of the Dr David E Theile Day Surgery and Treatment Unit, in tribute to Metro South Hospital and Health District s former chief executive, Professor David Theile Snr AO.
Below right: David Williams and Will Theile from Flythru about to launch the Heli drone 44405723
His "Schauplatz der funf Theile der Welt" (World Atlas) in fact covered only maps of Europe, whilst the Grosser Deutscher Atlas also included maps of other continents and was, therefore, the first World Atlas produced by an Austrian.
The editors are affiliated as follows: Verena Theile (English, North Dakota State U.
Auatralian news anchor Marie-Louise Theile didn't realise she was on air as she very publicly described her husband as an a***hole before someone in the studio snapped their fingers to get her attention.
Siemer J, Theile O, Larbi Y, Fasching PA, Danso KA, Kreienberg R, et al.