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Grün·wald

(grēn'vahld),
L., late 19th-century German otorhinolaryngologist. See: May-Grünwald stain.
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4, 1940, Romero was interested in telling stories about monsters that are known to the people they frighten, his business partner Peter Grunwald told (http://ca.
He died in his sleep after a brief but aggressive battle with lung cancer," producing partner Peter Grunwald told the Times.
Romero, who was born in the Bronx borough of New York, was drawn to telling stories about monsters that are familiar to the people they terrorise, said his business partner, Peter Grunwald.
Doris Grunwald, born in 1990, found out her blood type was not matching the one on her birth documents, when she went to donate blood at the age of 22.
Founded as a pure trading company in 1956 by Herbert Grunwald the family business continuously developed from the initial market-ing and distribution of dairy equipment to today's existing manufacture of special machinery with more than 160 employees and meanwhile more than 2,000 filling, dosing and packing machine supplied to customers all over the world.
Instead, the debate centered on terrorism and "how much Americans should be freaking out about it," suggests Michael Grunwald for Politco.
We are excited to add both Mario Colon and Joseph Grunwald, experienced commercial lenders with the expertise and knowledge requisite to build a solid base of new clients and to diversify and build upon our commercial loan portfolio.
Grunwald staffs the resource center that opened in 2011 with one other full-time employee.
The Henry Grunwald Foundation makes it possible for this to happen at the Metropolitan Club and VIPs love to buy those limited tickets each year.
NEW YORK CITY -- Steve Mills, who spent 10 years as an executive with the New York Knicks, returned to the NBA club on Thursday as president and general manager, replacing Glen Grunwald.
Shortly afterwards Grunwald apologized for the tweet, calling it 'stupid,' the report added.
Though he covers only the first months of the new administration as it dealt with the Great Recession, Grunwald judges BHO to be the contemporary equivalent of FDR.