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Meiss·ner

(mīs'nĕr),
Georg, German histologist, 1829-1905. See: Meissner corpuscle, Meissner plexus.
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During his first two years in the business, Meissner was the company's second-place career builder winner.
Meissner said there are tremendous opportunities for projects in electricity generation from solar power in Egypt, especially given the country's climate, which qualifies it to be a leader in this field.
Meissner is a graduate of Montana State University with a degree in Business Marketing and Psychology and has relocated to Amerifresh's corporate headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Meissner, chief of pediatric infectious disease at the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center.
Meissner explained the benefits of using tape as a medium.
Federal lawmakers have received the message, Meissner said.
Meissner projected that attendees will arrive at this year's drupa show questioning conventional definitions of which printing processes produce which products.
Meissner borrows some of the supernatural from Kinsella and combines it with the political issues of NAGPRA (Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act) and the treatment of Native Americans in the nineteenth century.
Meissner was previously general manager of E-Plus Mobilfunk GmbH and CTO of Orange Communications SA.
Meissner will report to Michael Rubinoff and Purna Saggurti, co-heads of global investment banking, and drive the growth of the investment banking franchise across Emea.
The Beijing Olympic bronze medallist had sold the vast majority of the tickets for the show at the Crowtrees Leisure Centre on Saturday night, and the home favourite received a rapturous reception upon entering the ring to take on German Roy Meissner.
Thomas Meissner sees this collection as a kind of Romantic Dichtung und Wahrheit, a retelling of the past, an essential restatement of a young man's poetic development.