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Hermann, Berlin neurologist, 1858-1919. See: Oppenheim disease, Oppenheim reflex, Oppenheim syndrome, Ziehen-Oppenheim disease.
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Incumbents Michael Marquardt, David Oppenheim and Karimar "Kari" Brown and first-time candidate Stacey Pristas are on the ballot.
Willis Towers Watson has appointed Jonathan Oppenheim as regional Construction leader in its Southeast region, part of the company's North American Construction business.
Every year, the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio receives and rates thousands of toy submissions on several factors, such as educational value, safety, and even kid-tested feedback.
After the Pergamonmuseum in Berlin declined to purchase the considerable quantity of Tell Halaf artifacts in Oppenheim's possession, the diplomat turned archaeologist opened his own museum in Charlottenburg, Berlin, in 1930.
Korean Central News Agency said Oppenheim, 40, came to Pyongyang with other executives.
Oppenheim was born in Berlin, but spent much of her childhood at the family's holiday home in Carona, a tiny hamlet nestling in the hills above Lugano, so it is appropriate that there is currently an exhibition of her work --the largest for many years--at the Museo d'arte della Svizzera italiana at the LAC (until 28 May).
In 1899, Joseph Oppenheim was teaching at the Catholic school in Maria Stein and raising a family, while John Kramer ran a nearby grain elevator, machine shop and lumberyard.
Adobe was targeted as it's a mainstay of many organizations and is utilized by millions around the world, representing a high-value target for threat actors, notes Mike Oppenheim, senior threat intelligence analyst at FireEye.
OPPENHEIM Architecture, the architecture, interior design and planning firm, announced its recent expansion with a new office based in New York City.
Oppenheim senior banker was jailed for nearly three years, while three of his ex-colleagues were handed suspended sentences.