Kniest

Kniest

(knēst),
Wilhelm, 20th-century German pediatrician. See: Kniest syndrome.
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Relou also has held positions of increasing responsibility with George Kniest Boat Equipment, Simrad, Navionics and New Madera RIBs B.V.
Staff: Jill Kliethermes, Heidi Lucas, Sara Fry, Becky Kniest, Teri Longley, Travis Gallup and Karen Harris
Among these side effects, deficiencies in neuropsychological performance are some of the most frequently encountered (Bracken et al, 2012; Gruber et al, 2006; Loeber, Kniest, Diehl, Mann & Croissant, 2008; Mintzer, Copersino & Stitzer, 2005; Mintzer & Stitzer, 2002; Rass et al, 2014) and their frequency increases with the dose (Rass et al, 2014).
Ultimate Dancer: Holy Smoke: The company and a crew of multi-arts practitioners including percussionist and visual artist Fritz Welch, musician Jer Reid and shamanic practitioner and performer Divina Kniest deliver a radical, visceral performance, guiding the audience through a vivid landscape of images and colours.
Obviously constrained by a small budget, production designer Bob Ziembicki can't hope to replicate the well-appointed period design of Wan's film (a couple of period cars are about all you get here), while cinematographer James Kniest's lighting has more in common with the daytime soaps Mia watches on her fuzzy TV than with Leonetti's lushly textured lensing on the previous film.
Shanti has Kniest dysplasia, a rare genetic disorder, and said she experiences ups and downs - sometimes needing a cane, sometimes a walker, other times a wheelchair and other times no assistance at all.
Deuschle, M., Hamann, B., Meichel, C., Krumm, B., Lederbogen, F., Kniest, A., et al., 2003.