Achenbach


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Ach·en·bach

(ahk'ĕn-bahk),
Walter, 20th-century German internist. See: Achenbach syndrome.
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Finally, we are particularly excited to welcome visual artist Lewis Achenbach who will be live painting the entire event at Mayslake Peabody Estate in Oak Brook.
In December 2015, she told Joel Achenbach at The Washington Post that we are addicted to flat screens.
Primary caregivers completed the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL; Achenbach & Rescorla, 2001).
Stephan Achenbach, Chair of the Congress Programme Committee.
In line with best practice, Bridgnorth Aluminium has installed an Achenbach Airpure exhaust air purification system to separate and recover hydrocarbons from the mill exhaust--in this case tetracene.
Achenbach argues that Israel's changing historical situations (the kingdom of Judah, Assyrian rule, the Babylonian exile, and Persian times) affected the laws about strangers found in biblical texts.
Meanwhile, Pharma marketing director Kelsey Achenbach highlighted the three new brands coming to market: LYCADEX BioPharma dextrose, PEARLITOL BioPharma mannitol and NEOSORB BioPharma sorbitol.
Chris Achenbach, brand manager for the Rachael Ray Nutrish line of super-premium dry and wet cat foods manufactured by Meadville, Pa.
One limitation of the STICH analysis, said session cochair Stephan Achenbach, MD, is that the study population was relatively young overall.
Shoppers buying an armload of duct tape from Weaver's Ace Hardware might be trying to fix something around the house, but it's just as likely that they're getting ready to enter the store's popular duct tape art contest, Melissa Achenbach, marketing manager for Weaver's, recently helped organize the store's second duct tape art contest, and says it has generated a lot of excitement among customers.