Nageli


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Nä·ge·li

(nā'gĕ-lē),
Karl W. von, Swiss botanist, 1817-1891. See: micelle.
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Ambassador Raphael Nageli, Assistant State Secretary for Asia-Pacific of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland, and Ambassador Kamrul Ahsan, Secretary (Bilateral and Consular), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bangladesh, will lead the respective delegations during the consultations.
Our hero, the no-longer-young Swiss director Emil Nageli, with thus far one cuttingedge film to his credit, finds himself, his natively sober judgment loosened by liquor, entering a "Faustian pact": he will go to Japan to inject German cinematic panache into that country's film efforts.
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[6.] Hoetzenecker W, Nageli M, Mehra ET, Jensen AN, Saulite I, Schmid-Grendelmeier P, et al.
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