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Betz

(betz),
Vladimir A., Russian anatomist, 1834-1894. See: Betz cells.
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Mitchell was presented with the "Victory is Ours" trophy, Mitchell's Marauders were presented with the championship belts, and Colton Betz was awarded the Most Valuable Player Award.
The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education will match the donations, making the Don Betz Endowed Chair for International Studies the largest endowed chair at UCO.
Betz gives two broad explanations for why we may not see the results we would expect from a move to bonus depreciation.
Working closely with the President and CEO, Betz will help create and execute sales strategies and go-to-market plans while developing a pipeline for new business opportunities and managing customer relationships and communications.
The company has reportedly purchased 52 acres of land in the area, which is next to Betz Industries'campus.
Betz theorizes that may be because, despite the downturn in coal jobs, the overall U.S.
Betz noted, "The bust period may now be a perpetual bust.
Betz has been acting as interim executive director since August.
(As the film points out, the Great Irish Potato Famine came about partly because of a lack of potato species variety on the Emerald Isle.) This could be a very dry subject, but directors Jon Betz and Taggart Siegel have concocted a surprisingly gorgeous and engaging documentary.
Professor Regina Betz, from the University of Bonn, who led the new study, said: "We assume that there are much more people affected.
David Betz makes the nuanced point that every era has its own particular context but that analysts of every era exaggerate the uniqueness of their predicament.
Betz Laboratories was the supplier for all boiler and cooling water treatment, and a job offer from Betz started his technical sales career in 1972.