Merzbacher

Merz·bach·er

(mertz'bahk-ĕr),
Ludwig, German physician in Argentina, 1875-1942. See: Merzbacher-Pelizaeus disease, Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease.
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In the case of local business Philly Bread, owner Pete Merzbacher is one such business owner who anticipates having all hands on deck with employees working 12-hour shifts during the convention.
Its clinical features were initially highlighted by Pelizaeus in 1885 and later on in 1910 Merzbacher described a family with this genetic disease with details of pathological features.
Merzbacher handles the marketing for online grocery division Peapod's delivery and pickup service on the East Coast.
Peg Merzbacher, marketing director for Peapod, said that Peapod's parent company found that pickup service was very popular in Europe.
Merzbacher, T Demere (BCMEX009904); Along the Ensenada to Tecate highway, about 28.
The wedding contract includes many other names: the groom's father Raphael Roos, the bride's father Asher Elsasser, the officiant Rabbi Leo Merzbacher, and witnesses E.
The Nature Park has unique naturally grown fir trees, the Sary Jaz river, Merzbacher Lake, unique diversity of flora, endangered animals, snow leopard among them.
The stereotypical online grocery shopper has always been a busy working family, says Peg Merzbacher, director of marketing for Skokie, Ill.
Since quantum physics, in the words of Merzbacher (1970, p.
Merzbacher Kunststiftung, Werner & Gabrielle Merzbacher, and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art)
MERZBACHER, <<Die Paromie "Legista sine canonibus parum valet, canonista sine legibus nihil">>, en Studia Gratiana, 13 (1967), pp.