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Orth

(ōrth),
Johannes J., German pathologist, 1847-1923. See: Orth fixative, Orth stain.
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Orth sets out around 100 to 150 Avian-X mallard, bufflehead, and pintail decoys, plus a Mojo Mallard spinner for each boat.
Orth also went on to detail a few of DIAGNOdent's most important patient-side benefits.
The agency would replace all the wooden poles, all the wires, and all the guy wires that hold up the poles, Orth said.
For one thing, Robert Orth here is a lighter-voiced Nixon than James Maddalena, so his characterization sounds less forceful if no less nuanced in detail.
When I was in college, 'luxury' and 'student housing' definitely would be an oxymoron," said Miles Orth, executive vice president of Campus Apartments in Philadelphia, one of the nation's largest developers and managers of student housing.
Victor Orth has seen it all during his four-year stint in the Gulf.
Like Isabel Allende who has written about Chileans trying to survive the Pinochet dictatorship Lucia Orth writes about ordinary Filipinos trying to survive under Ferdinand Marcos's martial law.
Lesser gods co existed with Rad, including the gods Card, Orth, and Er.
Editor-in-Chief Bridey Orth said the magazine reaches "serious-minded prospects wwhoa re pursuing a home-business opportunity.
a provider of practical email controls for corporate governance initiatives, appointed new leadership as Norbert Orth rises to president and CEO, Shaun Wolfe assumes the role of chairman, and Chris Bradley now serves as VP of marketing and business development.
Orth was most gracious in his acceptance of this award and was so pleased that his career as a microbiologist was recognized in receiving this most prestigious honor.
4-H leader Dick Orth and his Tioga County club have been putting some elbow grease into helping their local bat and bluebird populations.