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(hol'ăn-dĕr),
Franklin, U.S. physiologist, 1899-1966. See: Hollander test.
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Prof Hollander was approached by Sean Usher, who was putting together a book called More Letters of Note, a collection of interesting letters written by people including Florence Nightingale, Che Guevara and Eleanor Roosevelt.
About Hollander, LLC For more than 81 years Hollander has delivered trusted business solutions and helped drive parts demand to the automotive recycling industry.
With over 24-years of experience, Hollander joined Union Bank in 2010 as head of the Business Banking group.
Professor den Hollander further added Deakin is committed to remain globally connected to its people anywhere in the world and we understand that to do that we need to be able to respond to the constantly changing technological environment that is driving innovation and development right across the globe.
Trivia: Although Hollander appears to be an extrovert, friends claim he is actually an introvert who is insecure about his skills as an actor.
Olivia's mother said, “Her information was submitted to Hollander Talent Group through Casting Hub.
Hollander added that the doctor, who had been in line to receive a 1.
No one who witnessed the decades-long confrontation between Soviet tyranny and the flawed but on the whole benign liberal democracies of the West during the Cold War can fail to be unfamiliar with and profoundly grateful to the self-described "free-floating intellectual" Paul Hollander.
Hollander said he thought his cousin would survive.
presidential election, this chapter seems prescient as the new administration is settling in, as Hollander notes in a subheading, "crises create even more power" (p.
Tom Hollander is witlessly wonderful as the mild-mannered minister suffering from foot-inmouth disease, while the foulmouthed wrath of Peter Capaldi's hilariously brutal spin-doctor is the film's driving force.
One by one Matt Hollander, Jared Christian and Dan Auld raced across the finish line with less than one second separating the three Marist runners.