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Eduard, Ritter von Jaxthal, Austrian ophthalmologist, 1818-1884. See: Jaeger test types.
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Burmester and Schwartzel are competing at the WGC-Mexico Championship instead, but 2015 champion Coetzee is in the field and carded an opening 67 to lie three off the pace set by De Jager.
And when asked about facing a player widely respected as one of the best second rows in world rugby, de Jager said: "Wales have a lot of experience and some smart players.
Bulls lock de Jager played against Jones that day and during the World Cup quarterfinal at Twickenham in 2015.
having, like, a very big deal made about me," said Jager, overwhelmed by the attention.
Garrow claims Obama cheated on Michelle, who would later become his wife, going back to Jager on several occasions.
Despite Jager's mother's disapproval of the couple, the two continued to spend time with each other, but Jager told Garrow that shortly after the proposal in 1986, Obama became more ambitious about his political career.
Jager informed President Sirleaf that the German Government is committed to further deepening the already strong existing ties between Liberia and Germany at both bilateral levels, involving the partnership between Liberia and the European Union.
It was indescribable," Jager said of his emotions as he crossed the finish line.
Jager started ReUse Works in 2004 using a similar business model to a nonprofit he started in Ohio called ReUse Industries.
German and Swiss immigrants to the New World brought their Jager rifles with them, settled in the Pennsylvania region, and began manufacturing firearms that developed into the famed "Pennsylvania" or "Kentucky" Longrifle of American legend.
LOOD de Jager is used to operating in tight spaces, so the cramped corner of a Gateshead hotel dining room and a pack of hungry journalists poses little challenge for South Africa's giant lock-forward.
Philip De Jager has been conducting large-scale genetic research designed to solve two of multiple sclerosis' greatest mysteries: who is most likely to acquire the disease, and how to stop the disease from progressing.