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(bish'of),
W., 20th-century German neurosurgeon. See: Bischof myelotomy.
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(NYSE: CNO) has announced the appointment of Tim Bischof as chief risk officer (CRO), effective immediately, the company said.
"Museum visitors have asked to know more about Milton Hershey," said Amy Bischof, director, The Hershey Story.
Old World Village was built by Josef Bischof, a German developer who came to this country in 1952 and dreamed of bringing with him a piece of his homeland to share.
'The EfficiencyManager offers many options to increase efficiency in production', explains Fritz Bischof, Manager Digital Transformation at Klber Lubrication.
The six paintings in Kamilla Bischof's exhibition "Cosmetic Songs" were accompanied by a story.
"The Surface Pro has redefined the laptop category," said Paul Bischof, Director, Devices Program Management at Microsoft.
Roland Bischof of the German Football Ambassador initiative said: "It is great to see how football connects people worldwide and we are honoured to contribute to the social-cultural exchange between the Qatari and German teams." As the programme is aimed at intensifying relations between the two teams, the visit includes a tour of the Museum of Islamic Art as well as a joint desert trip.
Nutritious and tasty cereal or nut bars are particularly popular: "At Interpack, they highlight their competence in the area of snacks by presenting their integrated production solutions, from grain or nuts to the finished bar or biscuit," explains Thomas Bischof, Head of Buhler's Business Unit Countlines.
Among the latter was Let America Hear Us, Roar for Trump!--organized by Ski Bischof. Though independent of Bikers for Trump--which also applied for a permit--Bischofs group planned to ride to Washington, D.C.'s Dupont Circle from Vienna, Va.