Marie-Ernst, French otologist, 1834-1923. See: Gellé test.
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Gelle is PDG campaign and advocacy staffer and deputy secretary general of the Sept.
Farah Gelle, who is studying civil engineering at Coventry University, had his car clamped in March when he parked it on private land in Gosford Street.
Weeks following the first fatal crash of the 737 MAX, Boeing (BA) executives resisted calls from American Airlines (AAL) pilots urging management to work on a fix, David Gelles and Natalie Kitroeff of the New York Times report.
But, as sociologist Richard Gelles, an expert on child-welfare systems, told me, "It doesn't confront the issue that some people are able to put up a good front." (2) That the eldest Turpin son attended community college, earning A's in many classes, bears this out.
In the process, people benefit from decreased stress, improved mental focus and reduced depression, writes New York Times staffer and longtime practitioner David Gelles.
Seven seminars will be presented by leading professionals in the industry including attorneys A1 Pennisi, Pennisi Daniels Norelli, Ron Gold, Kagan Luber Lepper Lewis & Gold and Eric Weiss, Tuchman Katz Schwartz Gelles Korngold & Weiss; management company executive David Baron, Metro Management Development and industry experts Josh Goldman, Bargold Storage Systems, Steve Chen, Crystal Windows and Raymond Lou, MMTS.
For example, authors James Turner and Michael Gelles simply and plainly explain such topics as forming cross-functional crisis-management teams and updating workplace violence response plans.
Gelles. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, 2000,233 pp., $ 22.00 (paperback).
Gelles takes a topical rather than chronological approach in her study of the life of Abigail Adams, wife of the second president of the United States and mother of the sixth president.
Workers at Boeing's 787 Dreamliner plant in South Carolina have complained of defective manufacturing, debris left on planes and pressure to not report violations, Natalie Kitroeff and David Gelles of New York Times report, citing their review of hundreds of pages of internal emails, corporate documents and federal records, as well as interviews with more than a dozen current and former employees.