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(frahng'ke),
Karl E., German physician, 1859-1920. See: Francke needle.
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As a 2019 "Lawyer of the Year" honoree, Francke joins an elite list of attorneys working in 133 practice areas across 183 metropolitan regions.
There are now far more women working in commercial property than when Francke started.
Post-birth development (PBD) has been studied in only 22 species, and a large variation in PBD duration (6 to 85 months), with four to eight moltings prior to adulthood was observed (Francke, 1984; Lourenco, Andrzejewski & Cloudsley-Thompson, 2003; Lourenco, Huber & Cloudsley-Thompson, 1999; Lourenco, Ythier & Cloudsley-Thompson, 2008; Polis & Sissom, 1990; Quijano-Ravell, Ponce-Saavedra, & Francke, 2011; Rouaud et al., 2002; Seiter, 2012).
However, Stueck also "admitted that the waste in question is delivered in sealed containers that her company's employees are legally prohibited from opening," Francke reported in an updated story that ran last week.
'The nestlings died from hypothermia and in some cases from drowning in their flooded nests,' Francke said.
The central focus, however, is directed toward the leaders and achievements of Pietism at three centers of gravity: Johann Jakob Schiitz and Philipp Jakob Spener in Frankfurt; eight leaders in Leipzig (Anton, Francke, Friedel, Huffland, Lange, Schade, Thieme, and Wartenburg); and August Hermann Francke with several colleagues in Halle.
Ann Francke, the CMI's chief executive, said: "Progress has been made to get more women on boards and to reduce the gender pay gap, but this has been all too small and all too slow.
Bridget of Sweden, canonized three decades before Meister Francke began the altarpiece to which this Nativity belongs, found it difficult to believe that Jesus' mother suffered at his birth.
The team, being led by CWP's chief executive Sheena Cumiskey and director of finance Ros Francke will be raising cash for the James-Jamie-Devaney Memorial Fund.
"Tattoos are an art form and were very suitable for this project," Nike Nordic PR manager Jeannette Francke told Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.
Paul Francke Jr., 88, died at home on October 21, 2010.