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Orth

(ōrth),
Johannes J., German pathologist, 1847-1923. See: Orth fixative, Orth stain.
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As a veteran of the technology industry, Orth brings nearly 20 years of enterprise leadership to MessageGate.
At MessageGate, Orth will be responsible for directing the strategy and execution of sales to large organizations across multiple sectors and industries.
These days, Orth said, "Every new project that comes online is better than the last.
Orth, an architect by training, came to Dubai as a consultant back when the economic steamroller that was the real estate market here was barreling ahead at full throttle.
Lesser gods coexisted with Rad, including the gods Card, Orth, and Er.
They approached Neil Orth, executive vice president of the American International Charolais Association and an American Royal committee member, about the idea in April 2003.
Although Orth and what was subsequently known as the Standing Committee for Southern Pine Plywood Commercial Standards, of which he was named chairman, were told it would take at Least two years to get such a standard through federal channels, he was determined to do better.
When they have the same location and the same build sequence is followed, those vehicles are said to be built on the same platform and they can be run down the same assembly line," says Orth Hedrick, regional product manager, Product Planning, Nissan North America.
Protestants and Catholics in Selected Regions of pop % of pop Protestants Protestant Catholic % orth % active U.
Writer Maureen Orth claims that 42 cows were ritually sacrificed to seal the curse.
Large (floor)--Robert Burt, first place; Cheryl Fitzgerald, second place; Dillon Allen, Justin Peters and Scott Griswold third place tie; and Rochelle Becker, Arden Mille, James Sorenson and John Orth, honorable mention.
She regrets the errors and wishes to thank Myra Dickman Orth and others who generously pointed them out.