Dreyer


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Drey·er

(drī'ĕr),
Georges, English pathologist, 1873-1934. See: Dreyer formula.
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Dreyer's basic rule was to arrange people for the sake of photography and lighting rather than acting.
Dreyer, regarded as a model cooperative leader and mentor to generations of fellow cooperators, died in October at his home in Springfield, Va.
(OTC: NASB) and its banking subsidiary, North American Savings Bank, F.S.B., have said that they have appointed Tom Dreyer as an independent director to the board of directors of the company and the bank.
Dreyer has decided to resign from the company, effective 13 January 2017.
June Teufel Dreyer, a political science professor at the University of Miami, offers readers a broad historical introduction to China-Japan relations, but breaks no new ground to explain their power rivalry or to assay their likely future directions.
Silicon Valley Bank said it has named Bruce Wallace to the role of chief digital officer and Michael Dreyer as chief operations officer.
Dubai: If Axel Dreyer had his way, he would be selling a large SUV bearing the Hyundai badge at his showrooms right now.
Most recently, from 2010 to 2014, Dreyer was chief financial officer of Irvine, California-based Patient Safety Technologies Inc., a start-up public company that created a technology for preventing surgical retained sponge errors.
Reading Elizabeth Dreyer's Accidental Theologians was like looking through one lens and then another during an eye examination.
The new hire for the Director of Integrated Media position is Erica Dreyer, who held similar jobs with Maverick Media and Mid-West Family Broadcasting.
Dreyer; ACCIDENTAL THEOLOGIANS; Franciscan Media (Nonfiction: Women's Studies) 15.99 ISBN: 9781616365141
By June Teufel Dreyer, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Research Institute