Feiss

Feiss

(fīs),
Henry O., 20th-century American orthopedic surgeon. See: Feiss line.
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Generation Lighting--which itself was debuting both at market as well as a brand that includes the Feiss and Sea Gull Lighting divisions of Visual Comfort--made a splash with its ED Ellen DeGeneres line, an initial group of 53 SKUs that were of relaxed midcentuy modern and modern rustic styles.
Feiss was providing care to patients in their homes that did not qualify as being medically necessary.
Feiss's case, the CMS withheld his Medicare payments during the appeals process, he said.
In his general introduction Feiss discusses the roles of experience, authority, and faith-based reason in Victorine spiritual formation.
Rustic iron with smoke crystals, a selection from the Marcia Collection by Murray Feiss, $843.
They offer best quality lights from the big brands of America, such as Feiss, ELK Lighting, Laura Ashley, Quoizel, Kichler, Dale Tiffany, and Lite Source & Ashley Lamps.
Hugh Feiss digs through the medieval manuscripts for much spoken on the topic and present an interesting historical insight on the history of Christianity.
Built in 2002, the building was formerly occupied by the Murray Feiss Company, a major distributor of interior and exterior residential lighting and lamps.
While it has offered product with natural materials, Murray Feiss has never used real wood in a fixture until the debut of the Madera collection.
7, at Mount Calvary Cemetery Chapel in Eugene for Margaret Isabel "Peg" Feiss, who died Nov.
King and Hugh Feiss, trans., Mary of Oignies: Mother of Salvation (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts 7), Turnhout, Brepols, 2007; hardback; pp.
Mullen, Todd Wilderman; imagery and animation, Sony Pictures Imageworks; head of story, David Feiss;head of layout, James Williams; casting, Ruth Lambert, Mary Hidalgo.