Halbeisen

Hal·bei·sen

(hahl'bī-sĕn),
William A., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Stryker-Halbeisen syndrome.
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(16.) Baumann L, Cina M, Egli-Gany D, Goutaki M, Halbeisen FS, Lohrer GR, et al.
In Philadelphia, where the snow blew horizontally on Tuesday, restaurant server Katy Halbeisen called the early-spring storm "pretty lame."
Johanna Halbeisen & Joe Offer, associate editors
Steve Halbeisen is a member of Cozen O'Connor's Dallas office, where he is chair of the Subrogation & Recovery Department's South Central region.
Editor's Note: Stephen Halbeisen, chair of Cozen O'Connor's Subrogation & Recovery Department's South Central region, contributed the article below.
In a statistically male-dominated profession, Kristin and Marissa Halbeisen are breaking the mold and feel at home as two of the 10 female firefighters on the Vandenberg Fire Department's 120-member crew.
Survivors include three sons, Jed of San Jose, Calif., Paul of Morgan Hill, Calif., and Michael of Santa Cruz, Calif.; two daughters, Mary Anne Halbeisen of Vancouver, Wash., and Nancy King of Eugene; a sister, Roseanne Miller of Denver; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Poe's influence on Spofford has been noted by Arthur Hobson Quinn, Elizabeth Halbeisen (91-94), and Fred Lewis Pattee, though none of these critics mentions the connection between "Ligeia" and "The Black Bess." (5) "Ligeia" is the story of a woman, described by her husband much as Margaret is described, as an "airy and spirit-lifting vision" (311) and whose death causes the husband/narrator to relinquish his hold on sanity.
(2.) Of this event, Spofford's biographer, Elizabeth Halbeisen, says only that the experience of Mrs.
By Stephen Halbeisen, Cozen O' Connor Fine art losses come in many shapes and sizes.
Baumann - Leta Louise Halbeisen Baumann, 99, of Jupiter, Fla., formerly of Eugene, died Nov.