Noack

No·ack

(nō'ahk),
M., 20th-century German physician. See: Noack syndrome.
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Byline: Ruby Mellen and Rick Noack The Washington Post
Nils Noack, Mobility Strategy, Audi Business Innovation GmbH, said, 'Audi has always aspired to provide a great experience by advancing through innovation and technology.
Christian Noack, managing director of HAM Ground Handling, which is responsible for ground handling services at Hamburg Airport, was also critical of the industrial action.
Bernd Noack, a former mayor of Ebersbach, remembers being surprised, too, when he was first confronted with the issue a decade ago.
Together with Romaco chief financial officer and chief operating officer Carsten Strenger, he is responsible for the running of the facility where Romaco's Noack and Siebler brands are manufactured.
After the interval there comes an aural revelation, Rimsky-Korsakov's sumptuous symphonic suite Scheherazade re-arranged for piano trio and clarinet by Florian Noack and Benjamin Engeli.
He is available on a free in the summer but his agent Marcus Noack is pessimistic about his chances of leaving before then.
On the F&B side, it has a new cluster culinary director in Frank Manfred Noack, who brings over 33 years of culinary experience and who is also the recipient of numerous awards.
Naturalist Michael Noack - who has studied gray whales and assisted with research missions - will lead presentations at 11:30 a.m.
The expansion included an extensive suite of modifications for processing humidity-sensitive drug products; the installation of a new Noack 623 blister line; a custom designed desiccant feeder; and an off-line Hapa Blister-Jet printer.