Fick


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Fick

(fik),
Adolf, German physician, 1829-1901. See: Fick method, Fick principle.
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Fick said the state's biggest city is struggling to fill all the open jobs created by the 65 major construction projects currently underway and has more than tripled the number of interns being used and trained on job sites, many still in high school, to fill that skills-essential void in the sector of the economy that literally makes it grow.
Fick has found that his defense and intelligence agency customers take chances on unfamiliar cyber technology even when the government procurement culture at large usually prefers to go with safer choices.
I am honoured to join the Port of Seattle, an organization I ve depended on, worked with and admired throughout my career, said Fick, I am grateful for the opportunity to lead the highly-skilled team of people that keep the port humming every day, and I can t wait to join them as we work together to generate 100,000 more jobs for the Puget Sound region.
Fick said that FNB loves challenges and is well aware of the fact that the first certification in a country is always going to provide challenges as Green Star requires far greater reporting and documentation than used in the existing systems.
When asked if it's ethical to accept government money despite his new-found wealth, Fick responded: "From my point of view, I think so.
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Lieutenant Fick went off to the fleet and received his own weapons platoon.
The spirits group said that Claes Fick will join its subsidiary, Castle Brands Spirits Company, as CCO and CMO from 1 February.
As word of mouth started spreading through the military about what we're doing, we've been getting a lot more requests,'' Fick said, packing up three boxes -- each holding 350 donated DVDs, CDs, and videotapes -- for shipment to three Navy submarine squadrons based at Pearl Harbor.
Author: Nathaniel Fick Published by: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London, 2006, 372pp, $35.