Gerdy

Ger·dy

(zher-dē'),
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The Director of the Alafya Foundation Ghana, Sister Gerdy Osei Adu, said radio stations all over the world are leading the society in solving its problems, and was glad that Space FM is using its platform to help the less-privileged in society.
Although he did not own it until 1939, Paul Troost's widow Gerdy was commissioned to remodel the apartment at staggering expense in 1935.
Hitler told his generals who were quite agitated at the ongoing evacuation, "It is always good to let a broken army return home to show the civilian population what a beating that they have had." He told his private secretary Martin Borman that he had purposefully spared the English, and he told architect Frau Gerdy Troost, "The blood of every single Englishman is too valuable to be shed.
To do this, she highlights the efforts of those responsible, namely, his long-time interior designer, Gerdy Troost, and his official photographer, Heinrich Hoffman.
Similarly, John Gerdy argues that "college sports is packaged, marketed, and projected purely as entertainment, with the promotion of educational themes, values, and information an afterthought at best"; see John R.
Readers in both Europe and America were eager for behind-the-scenes stories, and the Nazi regime was eager to oblige with an interior designer called Gerdy Troost who provided the neatly designed interiors for the Fuhrer's various homes.
Gerdy (Ed.), Sports in school: The future of an institution (pp.
Then oblique incision is made from gerdy's tubercle to tibial tuberosity.