Koenig


Also found in: Encyclopedia.

Koe·nig

(ker'nig),
Franz, German surgeon, 1832-1910. See: Koenig syndrome.
References in periodicals archive ?
Koenig (1983) pointed out that this change was marked, and made the intriguing discovery that this change correlated quite significantly with the perceived quality of library education programs--that is, the more highly rated the program, the greater had been the shift toward special library employment.
Attracted to the idea of operating in a cottage industry close to her family, Koenig started making the jam products in her Springfield home in 1987.
Replacing humans with robot rubbers would eliminate a boring, messy and labor-intensive job, and should make the finishes more consistent, Koenig says.
Our partnership will enable us to streamline service, replacement, and recycling of lithium ion batteries used in all of our applications," says Pamela Richardson, CEO of Koenig Technologies.
The post Koenig to conduct CCISO training program in the UAE appeared first on Reseller Middle East.
Bronson Koenig is going to be a guard that the country, if they haven't figured it out already, they will know how good he is in the next couple years.
About Koenig: Koenig is a reputed company based in India and Dubai providing offshore IT training and certification.
Koenig is Cisco Learning Associate and the courses are run using the Official Curriculum.
Police in Vancouver are investigating the matter and several celebrities are reaching out online to try and locate Koenig, including Sarah Silverman and Alyssa Milano.
Koenig has starred between the pipes for bmibaby Elite League champions and Challenge Cup winners Blaze, but will miss the season's climax at the play-offs after flying to Canada to spend time with his sick father.
He was a tough East Coast kid who co-starred with Huntz Hall and Leo Gorcey in four Bowery Boys movies in the mid-1940s, but by 1952 Mendie Koenig had been given the kiss of death by Hollywood.
Koenig informed us that if HP decided to proceed, the company would be the first taxpayer ever to be covered by this policy.