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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Reviewed by Nick Greifer, Manager, GFOA Research Center, Chicago, Illinois.
With another holiday season approaching, people are looking for a way to make a difference in the lives of others," said Ira Greifer, MD, President of the Kidney & Urology Foundation.
NICHOLAS GREIFER is a manager in GFOA's Research Center; his research focuses on pension administration and cash management.
Ira Greifer, president of the Kidney & Urology Foundation of America and a pioneer in nephrology, and leading authority on kidney disease.
Nicholas Greifer, Senior Policy Analyst, Government Finance Officers Association, Chicago, Illinois.
This was a true celebration of Latinos in entertainment," said Larry Greifer, senior vice president of Entertainment Marketing for Hennessy Cognac.
Author NICK GREIFER is Senior Policy Analyst, Research Center, Government Finance Officers Association, Chicago, Illinois.
Reviewed by Nick Greifer, Senior Policy Analyst, Research Center, Government Finance Officers Association, Chicago, Illinois.
Ira Greifer, president, National Kidney Foundation, New York/New Jersey.
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.
For further information or to obtain a PDF of "Math Marketing," please email Stephen Greifer, Executive Vice President, OgilvyOne North America, at stephen.