Deetjen

Deet·jen

(dāt'yĕn),
Hermann, German physician, 1867-1915. See: Deetjen bodies.
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The posh hotels that make up most of the economy here--like Ventana Big Sur and Deetjen's Big Sur Inn--had to go on sabbatical.
Deetjen, "Radon-Balneotherapie--neue Aspekte," Physikalische Medizin Rehabilitationsmedizin Kurortmedizin, vol.
The Tornadoes did nothing against Gary SouthShore starter Tyler Deetjen over the first four innings.
The fifth annual gathering brought 17 past presidents, their spouses, and Timothy McCormally from TEI's national office to the home of 1986-1987 Chapter President Jose Deetjen and his wife, Leonor.
In women's lacrosse, North Central junior attack Jessica Deetjen (Naperville North), a CCIW first-teamer, set a program record with 67 goals including 8 in one game.
On a coast that prizes eccentricity, Deetjens Big Sur Inn lifts it to art form: 20 rooms and cabins crafted by Norwegian immigrant Helmuth Deetjen between the 1930s and '60s, scattered beneath redwoods.
Feriani, M., Dissegna, D., La Greca, G., & Passlick Deetjen, J.
This year's parade marshal is Doug Deetjen, a Navy veteran who served in Vietnam.
I meet another man, Don Case, over breakfast at Deetjen's Big Sur Inn; his home burned to the ground.
Deetjen's Big Sur Inn sits midway down the Big Sur coast, an hour south of Monterey.
Deetjen's Big Sur Inn, 667-2377: cabins and rustic rooms, some dormitory-style with shared baths.