Wepfer

Wep·fer

(vĕp'fĕr),
Johann J., 1620-1695. See: Wepfer glands.
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Joshua Woolley and Margaret Ege purchased the house from Charles and Ginger Wepfer.
These changes noted by scholars such as Thomas Willis and Jakob Wepfer led to medical interventions.
In 1668, Johann Jakob Wepfer proposes that stroke may be caused by a broken blood vessel in the brain.
The Group currently has nearly 20 aircraft based in Russia and the CIS, under its four European AOCEoe1/4aos (Switzerland, Denmark, Germany, United Kingdom) according to Marcel Wepfer, ExecuJet Director Aircraft Management.
According to Hayes, Wepfer and the other graduate coordinators are the engines that drive the university's minority initiatives.
According to their dedicated market manager, Tom Wepfer, it is planned to systematically introduce the following destinations, starting in autumn 2002.
MBA graduates will have prominent roles in finding and implementing solutions to our current economic problems," said Kathryn Wepfer, an Atlanta native who for the last four years was an engineer at General Electric's aviation plant in Lynn, Mass.
Many researchers have examined characteristics of the reference environment (Gaggioli and Petit, 1977; Wepfer et.
Weisberg, President, Technology Automation Services - Ruth Wepfer, Vice President, Information Technology, Dick Corporation - Evan Yares, Chief Technology Officer, Cyon Research Corporation
Charles and Ginger Wepfer acquired the house from ODS Enterprises LLC, led by Oscar Washington.
PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 3, 1995--First Interstate Bank of Arizona has announced the promotion of Marcia Wepfer to trust employee benefits manager for all of Arizona.
led by Reynie Rutledge 1202 1,430 $340,000 Steven and Barbara Wilson 1283 1,786 $575,000 Youmin Wu and Hong Zhu 1204 1,804 $354,000 Fredrick McClimans 1205 1,226 $270,000 Moses Family Investments LLC, fed by Jimmy Moses 1206 1,986 $488,000 Julia Wepfer 13M 2,016 $476,000 Bess Sanders 1302 1;462 $338,000 Pearl Properties LLC, led by Leasa and Melanie Prince 1303 & 1304 3,589 $824,000 Bess Sanders 1305 1,237 $274,000 Margaret and John McEntire III 1306 1,948 $492,100 Kimbro and Daphna Stephens , 1401 3,010 $729,000 Joseph and Brenda Blankenship 1402 2,205 $2 million Pauline Johnson-Brown 1403 2,607 $617,000 Robert and Janice Schillinger 1404 2,324 $510,000 First Security Bancorp, led by Reynie Rutledge Total 4,104 $11.