Byler

By·ler

(bī'lĕr),
Amish kindred in the U.S. See: Byler disease.

Byler,

Amish kindred in the U.S.
Byler disease - genetic trait in Amish children that causes fatal intrahepatic arrest of bile flow.
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"I pull my hair back, wear a little makeup, and look corporate," says Byler, who has been visiting Emerson since January.
Says Jack Byler, corporate UPC coordinator, "On small packages, there's a lot of legal copy that has to be in print, but if you work with it long enough, you should be able to print the symbol at a minimum of 80% magnification--which is a vialbe option--but not truncate it.
and Cornwall-based Byler Holdings LLC are developing the 148-acre project, which broke ground last year.
Jim Madden, who heads up the drug prevention task force; Corey Larson, Medical Service Director at the Superior Fire Department; Tim Monte, narcotics officer; Betsy Byler, Director of the Outpatient Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Services at the Lake Superior Community Health Center; Douglas County Health & Human Services officials; and community members affected by this crisis.
Byler of New York, New York has been recognized as a Professional of the Year for 2015 by Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Edition for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of law.
Scott Byler, who represents a core group of residents, said at the hearing that the company has demonstrated a total disregard for legal requirements.
Nine years later, through interviews of 60 early childhood teachers and observations of those teachers' classrooms, Stipek and Byler (1997) uncovered a similar finding that teachers who were unable to enact child-centered, play-based practices felt pressure from outside sources (e.g., state standards, administrators, and parents) to create more didactic and academically oriented classrooms.
Byler is an economist in the Division of Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, Office of Compensation and Working Conditions, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Ervin Beck begins with a formalistic analysis of Steven Byler's novel in stories, Searching for Intruders.
In a similar study of undergraduate agriculture students, Greene and Byler (2004) found that students' agricultural background and whether or not students took high school agricultural classes served as slight predictors of performance in several undergraduate introductory agriculture classes.
Bromfield went ahead, 3-2, with two runs in the top of the seventh as Will Byler's single drove in the go-ahead run.
Produced by Chris Rigopulos, Eric Byler, Annabel Park.