Ehlers

Ehl·ers

(ā'lĕrz),
Edward L., Danish dermatologist, 1863-1937. See: Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
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Nolan Ehlers scored a pair of goals against Grayslake North.
The musical is written and directed by Senga Brockerhoff with Musical Direction and Choreography by Lize Ehlers and Nikhita Winkler respectively.
Ixonia Town Board members entered into an agreement with Ehlers & Associates for $10,000 to prepare a user rate study for the town's sanitary sewer utility project.
The four-day visit from June 3-7 is headed by Assistant US Trade Representative for the Office of Southeast Asia and the Pacific, Karl Ehlers, and Assistant US Trade Representative for Labor Affairs, Lewis Karesh.
They began the FIVB Beach World Tour event well winning the opener against German qualifiers Nils Ehlers and Lars Fluggen 24-22, 21-12.
Graduates of the program will speak at the ceremony, and Claas Ehlers, CEO of Family Promise, will share remarks at 4:45 p.m.
The technique of in vivo mass production of EPN has been used largely for laboratory use and small scale field testing and is appropriate for commercial uses where markets are so small or undeveloped that the in vitro (industrial technology) is not available or is not economically feasible (Ehlers and Shapiro-Ilan, 2005a).
In 1901, the Danish dermatologist Edvard Ehlers and in 1908, the French dermatologist Henri-Alexandre Danlos each further defined the syndrome as a distinct entity.
After the third stroke, the 36-year-old was diagnosed with a rare and potentially life threatening condition called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome.
Author of the groundbreaking Targeting the Third Reich: Air Intelligence and the Allied Bombing Campaigns (2009), Col Ehlers expands upon the theme of David Ian Hall in his Development of British Tactical Air Power, 1919-1943 (2008), to reveal the RAF's timely development of a spectrum of airpower capabilities in the heat of aerial combat over North Africa as crucial to the Mediterranean campaign: air superiority, interdiction, night operations, reconnaissance, training, hemisphere-spanning logistics pipelines, rapid airfield engineering, timely intelligence analysis and dissemination, and aircraft maintenance.
A Door County judge has won the Wisconsin Supreme Court's consent to a request for a rule change concerning the appointment of a vice chairman to the Judicial Conduct Advisory Committee.<br />Door County Circuit Court Judge Todd Ehlers petitioned the court in March to change Chapter 60 of the Supreme Court Rules so that the justices could appoint a vice chair for the Judicial Conduct Advisory Committee should the chairperson of the committee not be able perform his role for more than five business days.<br />The Judicial Conduct Advisory Committee is appointed by the Supreme Court and was established to issue formal advisory opinions and give judges and judicial officers informal advice about how to follow the state's Code of Judicial Conduct.
Willie Zastron (Absa provincial head: Business Bank in the Western Cape), Johan Ehlers (Agri-Expo CEO), Liesel Kasselman (Kasselshoop), Alan Winde (Western Cape minister of Economic Opportunities), Joyene Isaacs (head of the Western Cape's department of agriculture), Kassie Kasselman (Kasselshoop) en Breyton Milford (Agri-Expo operations manager)