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Eg·ger

(eg'ĕr),
Fritz, Swiss internist, 1863-1938. See: Egger line.
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But as is always true with Eggers, those ideas--laid out here in quasi-Socratic dialogue--are inherently interesting.
This new venture with Eggers will give us the ability to source eiDoor products locally in the partners' countries, and use their expertise on local fire and building codes," Holland continued.
Indeed, as Eggers's animosity indicates, Kirkpatrick and other critics hit upon an unresolved tension between a posture of blissful independence and the inevitable pressures of the market at the heart of Eggers's artistic enterprise--a tension that does not simply disappear by the fact that Eggers registers his awareness of it.
Eggers is an orthopedic surgeon, specializing in total joint replacement of the hip and knee and is considered an expert in the field of joint reconstruction.
then had to make a complicated business decision," said Eggers.
This imaginative expansion of the picture storybook evolved from the screenplay of the 2009 film, which Eggers co-wrote.
Eggers is scrupulously fair in presenting all sides of the story, even tracking down the two cops who arrested Zeitoun.
I am playing more loosely with this claim by Damrosch than the other two because What, written in English, has not been translated, and Deng shared his experiences with Eggers through English-language conversations.
Prior to the activation ceremony, a change of command is scheduled at Camp Eggers between Maj.
Jeff Eggers, Air Force director of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance innovations, said those being targeted by unmanned aircraft have already struck back at the bases in the theaters of operation where the drones land and takeoff.
By Susan Larson Publisher, memoirist, fiction writer and journalist Dave Eggers follows his heart, creating engaged and engaging books.