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(vil'ĭ),
Heinrich, 20th-century Swiss pediatrician. See: Prader-Willi syndrome.
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I would like to ask you about Facebook's policy with respect to this issue," Willi wrote.
Notices on the bottoms of pages direct readers to appendix notes for more about visitor attractions and the species of animals Willi meets as her journey wends toward a conclusion in the city of Yorktown.
Willi tucks salad greens beneath pepper plants and edges her beds with flat-leaf parsley.
The closest one can come to gauging a man's life is by his actions, and Willi Munzenberg was above all a man of action.
The campaign to change the law was successful, and Willi has continued as a NOW member ever since.
THIRTY PER CENT OF ALL FURNITURE BEING sold in the United States has been imported, and 35 percent of that comes from China, according to Stefan Willi, an analyst with the Aktrin Furniture Information Center.
Thanks to the worldwide presence of both companies we are able to work in strong cooperation with ActivCard delivering and supporting our uncompromising security solutions," said Willi Mannheims, CEO of Eracom.
1 -- color) Willi Loehman, a dog trainer from Fort Collins, Colo.
The national coach has so far resisted the temptation to introduce his friend and mentor, Willi Railo, to his squad.
Willi Baumeister (1889-1955), whose post-1919 paintings earned him the support of Leger and the Purists and eventually gained him the honorable title of "degenerate artist," will be featured at the Musee d'Unterlinden, Colmar, France, between September 4 and December 5; Baumeister's own work will be contextualized with pieces by Leger, Arp, Ozenfant, Le Corbusier, and many others.
Wild Willi, a 67-year-old pensioner with a taste for late night card games and beautiful women, is being kicked out of a Berlin old folks home because other residents can't stand the noise.
More strange things happen in Los Angeles television news," says Jim Willi, president of Audience Research and Development, one of the industry's major consultants.