Jakob

Ja·kob

(yah'kŏb),
Alfons M., German neuropsychiatrist, 1884-1931. See: Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
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The population of chimney swifts in the Fox Valley area had been declining in recent years and Jakob was encouraged by a local bird enthusiast to build a tower to help keep the birds in the area.
Although Jakob had reported that Creutzfeldt's earlier case was a "nosologically very closely connected if not identical affection" (2), Creutzfeldt himself later reported that "his case did not bear any resemblance to the cases described by Jakob" (3).
Thea, 28, left her wheelchair at the church door and as friends and family wept, she walked to husband-to-be Jakob Seager at the altar.
For me, butter tastes as good as chocolate,' said Jakob Pedersen, Arla production operations engineer.
BW is pleased to announce that it has appointed Mr Jakob Bergholdt as Group CFO.
DRDF Chief of party Mr Jakob Moser along with BZU VC, Dr Tahir Amin, and Dean faculty of Vet Sciences Dr Masood Akhtar inaugurated the facility.
John Kemp, affectionately called "Bop" by his family, started the conversation with his youngest son, Charles, and grandson, Jakob.
With this acquisition Jakob Muller AG is expanding its position in the textile finishing sector.
There is a market-share battle going on mainly among the Middle East producers and Russia," Olivier Jakob, managing director of Petromatrix, said by phone from Zug, Switzerland.
That's the verdict of Bundesliga expert Jorg Jakob, who writes for Germany's leading sports magazine Kicker.
It's not known if the woman was a Viking or if she came from another northern European population, said bioarchaeologist Tina Jakob of Durham University in England.
Thirteen-year-old Jakob attends a Catholic school in Budapest and is best friends with Ivan, whose father is a leader of the pro-Nazi Arrow Cross Party.