Gerlach


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(ger'lahk),
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Nothing could prepare Elizabeth Gerlach for the pain of losing a child.
"At the moment I think it looks like we will not get Angie fit," team chief Jens Gerlach told dpa on Tuesday.
Gerlach is one of the world's most important manufacturers of chains, clips and pin links for stenters, with a sales network covering the largest market share.
Marvin Gerlach, president of the intermodal authority board, said business owners in Dardanelle have told him they support the facility because it would stimulate economic activity.
This new addition will make the Grady County Jail one of the largest in the state, Jim Gerlach, Grady County Jail administrator, wrote in a prepared statement.
The exhibition, which has borrowed its title from the promotional material for a series of collotypes by Martin Gerlach, will feature photographs by Gerlach and Ogawa Kazumasa.
Without delving into the debate about what is a separate language and what is a dialect of something else, Gerlach generally refers to N!aqriaxe, #Hoan, and Sasi as varieties of #'Amkoe, all once spoken by hunter-gatherer tribes and now on the verge of extinction.
Stefan Gerlach, deputy governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, said that the nation should promote a well-developed rental market.
Prairie Mountain School fourth-grade teacher Jenifer Gerlach has never thought in much detail about how she would react if a gunman entered her classroom.
Deputy governor Stefan Gerlach said the new lending caps will be linked to property values as well as borrowers' income.
By ROBIN GERLACH, founder of Elephant Gin, an artisan gin that donates 15 per cent of its profits to African elephant foundations.
Aberfan's Lewis Thompson and Jake Gerlach plus Merthyr's Luke Gittoes progressed through the preliminary rounds with ease.