greifer

greifer

(grīf′ĕr) [Ger. greifer, gripper, claw]
An electrically powered hook-shaped prosthesis used to grip, grasp, or hold objects.
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Everett scored off Eugene starter Jose Albertos in the first inning when Torres led off with a double and scored on a ground out by Greifer Andrade.
CBRE's James Ackerson, Sinclair Li, Craig Reicher and Mary Ann Tighe represented Cohen Clair Lans Greifer Thorpe & Rottenstreich in a 13,854 s/f renewal at 885 Third Avenue for the partial 32nd floor.
In a statement, her law firm, Cohen Clair Lans Greifer & Thorpe, said: "We are working to resolve this situation in a fair and reasonable way that protects the best interests of our client and her son.
President Harold Sears expressed disappointment his firm lost, but was ecstatic about his latest success, a hook called the Electric Terminal Device (ETD), that weighs several ounces less than Otto Bock's competing Greifer device.
NICHOLAS GREIFER is manager, policy analysis, in GFOA's Research and Consulting Center in Chicago, Illinois.
Lewis Greifer, a friend of McGoohan's who wrote one of The Prisoner episodes, says in the book: "George had discovered the existence of these camps where they kept people they didn't want.
History of Political Thought 1 (1980): 35-50; Elisha Greifer, "Joseph de Maistre and the Reaction Against the Eighteenth Century," American Political Science Review 55 (1961): 591-98; and note 3 above.
Chicago, has appointed Cliff Greifer vice president of service development, George Hrivnak vice president of logistics services and George Kuebler vice president of content acquisition and management.
Pazos drove in Ronald Rosario and Aaron Stroosma to give the AquaSox a 2-0 lead, then scored on a single by Greifer Andrade.
Ira Greifer, president of the National Kidney Foundation of New York and New Jersey.
NICHOLAS GREIFER is a manager in GEOA's Research and Consulting Center in Chicago.