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Wei·bel

(vī'bel),
Ewald R., 20th-century Swiss physician. See: Weibel-Palade bodies.
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This ranking proves that we've further expanded our power of innovation," said Beat Weibel, head of the Intellectual Property department at Siemens.
Rakushan, Christian Reder, Franz Sdoutz, and Peter Weibel.
Highlights of this year includes senior representation from the V4 to discuss further integration for air defence and policing; expert briefings from more industry solution providers including Lockheed Martin, MBDA, Northrop Grumman and Weibel Scientific; and an exclusive keynote from the IAMD Programme Manager of the US Army's PEO Missiles and Space.
Hanni and Weibel described heated zircons containing two sets of tiny cleavage fissures, each responsible for a cat's-eye reflection.
Vorstandsmitglieder sind Jorg Muller (Hochschule Luzern, Prasidium), Angelika Salge (ZB Zurich, Aktuarin), Samuel Weibel (UB Bern), Silvia Harnisch (HB Bern, Kassiererin), Rudolf Muller (Memoriav).
We are delivering our clients excellent results as we work with them to engage this valuable consumer of products and services during this critical time of decision making," said Mark Weibel, Chief Marketing Officer for Bridgevine.
I was surprised at his willingness and his openness and the effort he puts into what we are doing,'' said Nadir Weibel, of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at University of California-San Diego.
From July 8th, until 4:00am on July 19, at least 73 Palestinian children have been reported killed as a result of airstrikes and shelling Israel aerial, naval and ground forces," UNICEF's Catherine Weibel said.
In this graduate level textbook Weibel presents the reader with a detailed overview of the field.
My immersion in Charmat was greatly aided by chatting with Fred Weibel Jr.
The process of becoming more appreciative of oneself entails reconnecting with self by healing one's awareness of, and relationship with, internal thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations (Kristeller & Johnson, 2005; Weibel, 2007).
Weibel compares the development of new media to that of the printing press, in that it broke the privilege of the scholars of the Script, giving way for laymen.