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Mayer,

Paul, German histologist, 1848-1923.
Mayer hemalum stain - a progressive nuclear stain also used as a counterstain.
Mayer mucicarmine stain
Mayer mucihematein stain
Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome - congenital absence of the vagina. Synonym(s): Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome
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Paul Mayer, R/V Petrel pilot, who pilots the underwater vehicle used to find the wreckage said, "Getting out here, this is the last piece of the puzzle." He added, "For me personally, I feel a bit of relief, then I look forward to the next part of it, which is exploring the wreck.
Robert Kraft, director of Subsea operations, and Paul Mayer, deep sea pilot and researcher, both told this writer early this month that they were amazed by this rare creature.
Clydesdale Bank has announced the appointment of Paul Mayer as head of retail branches - Scotland; he was formerly a senior regional manager with Santander.
"Go after deals that make sense for your community and that leverage what you already have," said Paul Mayer, CEO of Garland Chamber of Commerce.
Paul Mayer, Sales and Marketing director of Braby comments: "Regular silo maintenance is of great importance in maintaining a safe working environment and productive processes.
Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Paul Mayer has written a lively--and at times moving--account of his life and experiences from boyhood to his post-military service with the International Development Bank.
Sundararajan, FCIC, Chair Javier Giorgi, MCIC, University of Ottawa Liaison Edward Lai, MCIC, Carleton University Liaison Cheryle Levert, CIC Media Relations Coordinator Paul Mayer, MCIC, Student Volunteer Coordinator Julie Trohon, CIC Conferences and Awards Coordinator
Jean-Rene Gougelet, chief executive officer of Mikasa Inc./Arc International, and Paul Mayer, president of Chaney Instrument Co., have been elected to the board of directors of the International Housewares Association.