Bricker


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Brick·er

(brik'ĕr),
Eugene M., U.S. urologist, 1908-2000. See: Bricker operation.
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* March 1921: Ohio Deer & Turkey Expo, Bricker Bldg, Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, OH
He succeeds Don Bricker, who left the paper in June.
Bricker as a partner in the Real Estate Group of its Business & Finance Department.
(Daily Chronicle, Kane County Chronicle, et al.), Don Bricker has been named publisher; previously he was publisher of The Appeal-Democrat in Marysville, Calif., a job he'd held since 2004.
Dreams deferred, no more Brenda Bricker, who started the Leadership Initiative program six years ago, is the director of leadership and undergraduate research for the college.
According to Jerry Bricker, vp and general sales manager, Omron Automotive, "It provides vision similar to the human eye."
"These results can be used to more effectively focus management of this problem and specifically to develop a national response strategy," says NOAA physical scientist Suzanne Bricker, lead author of the report.
In related news, General Housewares named John Bricker a director of the company.
Carpenter represents a 35-year-old Mormon named Ed Bricker who's been criticizing the Hanford nuclear weapons plant in Richland, Washington since 1983.
Bricker began the panel by showing the audience an introductory video on the role of the various organizations that make up the U.S.
Mothers are at higher risk for almost all pregnancy-related complications like pre-eclampsia, hemorrhages, gestational diabetes and even maternal death," says Dr Bricker.