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Meiss·ner

(mīs'nĕr),
Georg, German histologist, 1829-1905. See: Meissner corpuscle, Meissner plexus.
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Meissner has been aggressively shopping this story to the media."
Meissner said, 'I am very proud of what we have achieved during the last eight years.
Caption: OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Photo of Stefan Meissner taken during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944.
However, Meissner said "we cannot comment on how far in the future these changes will occur."
Meissner of the German Rheumatism Research Center in Berlin noted that 19 patients (14.5%) experienced a deterioration in their heart failure, and 123 deaths were recorded during the study period that started in May 2001 and ended in October 2017.
Meissner, who finished with 18 points and shot 7 of 12 from the field compared to 5 for 24 for the rest of her team, brought Breese as close as 29-26 with a pullup jumper.
The accuracy and repeatability of measurements taken by different ringers were checked as described by Busse & Meissner (2015).
What also wasn't guesswork was Meissner's plan for building a solid business foundation.
Yet Meissner claimed that Land International had only been shut down for failing to file accounts on time.
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Meissner points to organic and Rainforest Alliance certified products as the types of single-cup coffees consumers seek.
(Meissner) Sima, 84 of Worcester, passed away peacefully after a short battle with ALS on Tuesday, December 23, 2014.