Burchard


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Bur·chard

(bŭrk'hahrd),
H., 19th-century German chemist. See: Liebermann-Burchard reaction, Liebermann-Burchard test.
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Our TVET programme seeks to develop their talents and ensure they are prepared for the challenging labour market by equipping them with the right skills and training, said Matthias Burchard, Acting Director of the Department of External Relations and Communications at UNRWA, who represented the Agency at todays signing.
Fiscal year 2014/15 marks a strategic milestone for Merz, commented CEO Philip Burchard. Our revenues and EBIT have far exceeded our forecasts.
The joy of seeing one's child finally freed from such torment through cleft surgery is all too familiar to Kenny Burchard, Operation Smile Inc.'s point man for global corporate partnerships.
Oprah.com has called Brendon Burchard, "one of the most successful online instructors in history." He's earned other accolades, too, including being named one of the 100 most-followed public figures on Facebook.
This country is plagued by racial and ethnic disparities in some of the deadliest and most debilitating diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and asthma, said co-senior author Esteban Gonzlez Burchard, MD, MPH, a pulmonologist and professor of bioengineering and therapeutic sciences in the UCSF schools of Pharmacy and Medicine.
Hosted by Contributing Editors Mel Robbins and Brendon Burchard, the power-packed day included lessons in brain science and behavior, leadership training, communication, and personal development.
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR BURCHARD IS A HIGH-PERFORMANCE COACH AND ONE OF THE MOST WATCHED, FOLLOWED AND QUOTED PERSONAL-DEVELOPMENT TRAINERS IN HISTORY.
We've included a roadmap for starting over in your life and work from a man who did just that, best-selling author and high-performance coach Brendon Burchard (Page 35), and an exciting list of ways you can improve yourself, today, in just 10 minutes (Page 66).
Thomas Burchard, was found after police received a call about an abandoned vehicle.
This time around, students Amanda Lineberry and Kendall Burchard convinced the 4th Circuit to order the BOP to consider Mangum's sentence for a third time, now ordering them to give weight to an Oklahoma state court's order for concurrent sentences.
Amanda Lineberry and Kendall Burchard, students at the Appellate Litigation Clinic at the University of Virginia School of Law under the tutelage of Professor Stephen Braga, represented Mangum.