Ecker

Eck·er

(ek'ĕr),
Enrique Eduardo., U.S. bacteriologist, 1887-1966. See: Rees-Ecker fluid.

Eck·er

(ek'ĕr),
Alexander, German anatomist, 1816-1887. See: Ecker fissure.
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Ecker originally wrote the song in 1991 during efforts to front a country band, but the economy of the times worked against his plan as he lost his job and others involved in the song went their separate ways.
Peace of Mind Technologies, LLC (POM) has upgraded and expanded the security technology system at Sheraton Suites on the Hudson, in Weehawken, NJ, with a new digital system featuring 32-camera capacity and high resolution color DVR, announces Jon Ecker, president and CEO of POM.
Ecker Center for Mental Health in Elgin recently appointed Karen Lebuhn as events manager.
Byline: Submitted by Ecker Center for Mental Health
Ecker talked about the benefits of long-term partnership with our country.
The accused was identified as 20-year-old Kaitlyn Ecker from Wakulla, a county in Florida, and is facing charges of child abuse. 
George Ecker, CEO of Nova Mobility, shared, "SeeAssure is the next level of IoT connectivity combining pictures, video, GPS and other sensors to enable intelligence not otherwise possible.
Senior Director Aaron Warkov of Cushman & Wakefield, along with Senior Associate Adam Ecker and Associate Daniel Amel, represented ownership in the transaction.
"The acquisition of The Mule product line marks a further step in the strategy of building a portfolio of best-in-class material handling products," said Greg Ecker, Magline's president and COO.
The silver medal went to Slovenian gymnast Tjasa Kysselef with 14.075 points, while the Austrian gymnast Lisa Ecker captured the bronze medal by scoring 13.775 points.
Le necessaire nettoyage de la region d'In Ecker (150 km au nord de Tamanrasset), contaminee par la radioactivite engendree par les essais nucleaires de la France coloniale dans le Sahara algerien, et la prise en charge des victimes demeurent une question [beaucoup moins que] pressante [beaucoup plus grand que], ont souligne des associations locales et des specialistes du nucleaire.