Heilbronner

Heil·bron·ner

(hīl'brŏn-ĕr),
Karl, Dutch physician, 1869-1914. See: Heilbronner thigh.
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Contractor name : HEILBRONNER VERSORGUNGS GMBH (HVG)
We wanted to celebrate the $1 billion SmartPay milestone, and we are thrilled that the person pumping gas at that moment is such a dedicated and loyal SmartPay user," said David Heilbronner, Senior Manager of Brand Strategy at Cumberland Farms.
SUE HEILBRONNER STARTED HER BUSINESS ACCELERATOR, MERGELANE, BECAUSE SHE NOTICED SOMETHING ABOUT FEMALE BUSINESS OWNERS: THERE WEREN'T MANY OF THEM.
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The company will decide on the path ahead after reviewing the project in the first quarter of 2013, the spokesman told regional Heilbronner Stimme on Thursday.
26) Karl Heilbronner found that people who were pathologically intoxicated suffered from "anxiety, loss of orientation, and misrepresentation of the environment.
de Montalembert M, Dumont MD, Heilbronner C, Brousse V, Charrara O, Pellegrino B et al.
Sue Heilbronner, the company chief executive officer, said, 'This additional funding is a nod to the dramatic expansion that TravelShark has achieved in traffic and revenues across its global network of 12,000 travel sites, as well as the tremendous opportunity we have to further accelerate growth.
12) For a corrective to the social and methodological "ghettoization" of Wilhelmine German Catholics, see Oded Heilbronner, "From Ghetto to Ghetto: The Place of German Catholic Society in Recent Historiography," Journal of Modern History 72 (June 2000): 453-95; and Helmut Walser Smith, ed.
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In 1964, chemist Edgar Heilbronner suggested that putting a single twist in the ring--creating a "Mobius molecule"--would change the rules: Mobius molecules would be aromatic with any multiple of four electrons.