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Am·berg

(am'bĕrg),
Emil, U.S. otologist, 1868-1948. See: Amberg lateral sinus line.
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18 June 2014 - Swiss fineblanking technology specialist Feintool International Holding AG (SWX:FTON) said it had agreed to sell its German assembly automation systems unit, IMA Amberg GmbH, to German-Chinese automotive group Preh GmbH, a subsidiary of Ningbo Joyson Electronic Corp (SHA:600699), for some CHF24m (USD27m/EUR20m).
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Amberg isn't the only one shaking pom-poms up and down the dial.
Although this is certainly the most thorough edition of The Foundling and The Gamester, it is reticent about other modern editions (a rare error sees Amberg referring to two modern reprints on p.
Amberg uses the United Automobile Workers (UAW) as a case study to examine more closely the process which ultimately left labour a relatively powerless special interest group.
Amberg questions the notion that the New Deal was "the uniquely rational response to problems of a modernizing society" (p.
According to Amberg, other sports reporters and columnists in the state at first criticized the Advertiser's story, giving little weight to Ramsey's allegations and implying that Ramsey was not credible.