Heller


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Hel·ler

(hel'ĕr),
Arnold L.G., German pathologist, 1840-1913. See: Heller plexus.

Hel·ler

(hel'ĕr),
Ernst, German surgeon, 1877-1964. See: Heller operation.
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A morning with Heller is time spent with someone who understands why others press the question and debate about the once seemingly irreconcilable views of religion and science.
As the industrial real estate market struggles to rebound in the current economic climate, brokers are finding more reasons to do business with Heller, specifically because the firm's customer-centric approach and dedication to real estate fundamentals keeps the lease pipeline flowing.
Heller explores the controversies surrounding discussions of "creation and science.
Getting Heller more exposure started with a customer open house prior to IMTS.
Certain electrically charged atoms, or ions, that the team had embedded a short distance above the electron gas were affecting the electron's motions, Heller surmised.
Clearly, there was life beyond Catch-22 for Joseph Heller.
Rabbi Max Heller provides a solid description of perhaps the major Southern Jewish leader of his time.
It was settled that way based on the nature of the case and the evidence in the case, and the fact that nobody was present in the motor home when the actual incident occurred other than her and the victim,'' Deputy District Attorney Steve Heller said.
Although Heller had been invited to work on another Columbia production, Stanley Kubrick's Dr.
Willner & Heller is profiled in Los Angeles magazine's January edition.
Silverman attributes part of his success to his association with Heller.