Thiry

Thi·ry

(tē'rē),
Ludwig, Austrian physiologist, 1817-1897. See: Thiry fistula, Thiry-Vella fistula.
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From work-life balance to mental and physical health, we know that our teammates can care better for our patients when they are taking care of themselves," said Kent Thiry, co-chairman and CEO of DaVita HealthCare Partners.
Ms Thiry had tried to protect her divorce settlement from French Connection founder Stephen Marks with a pre-nuptial agreement.
Twitter spokesperson Christina Thiry said that the social network welcomes any constructive feedback that is directed towards greater efficiency of operations.
Unfortunately we're still a growth industry, fueled by diabetes and hypertension primarily which are growing throughout America," Thiry says.
The book is also something of a joint biography of two leading intellectuals in eighteenth-century Paris, Baron Paul Thiry d'Holbach and Denis Diderot and of their world.
OUTSIDERS MAY WONDER WHY DAVITA CEO KENT THIRY DRESSES UP AS A MUSKETEER, SHOUTING "ALL FOR ONE, ONE FOR ALL" TO CLAPPING "CITIZENS" OF "DAVITA VILLAGE.
Traver joined AMT late last year, replacing Steven Thiry, who'd been with the group since 2005.
The team also won the 2003 European title with Belgian driver Bruno Thiry, the 2005 JWRC with Spaniard Dani Sordo and the 2008 International Rally Challenge with Nicholas Vouilloz.
Axel Mauroy, * Hugues Guyot, * Kris De Clercq, ([dagger]) Dominique Cassart, * Etienne Thiry, * and Claude Saegerman *
It was born out of the political views of owners Mark and Thiry Howard, who wanted to create an ethical business making high-quality clothes, based on sustainable development.
Thiry, vice president of business development for AMT-The Association For Manufacturing Technology.
Owners Mark Howard and Thiry Myat-Howard said the boutique's approach to sustainable fashion was a selling point in itself.