Pelger

Pel·ger

(pel'gĕr),
Karel, Dutch physician, 1885-1931. See: Pelger-Huët nuclear anomaly.
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Tom Pelger, the Society's Council President for the 26 counties in central Illinois served by the Peoria Diocese, said, "We've been working with the Long Term Recovery Committee since the tornadoes, providing immediate assistance with Red Cross, Salvation Army, and others.
Tom Pelger said, "The breadth of participation in this program is a great example of how our community has pulled together to support the tornado survivors.
We now have updated thought experiments that show with a high degree of sophistication just how plausible it is for a complex structure to originate by natural selection (Nilsson & Pelger, 1994).
Retailers really care about their business," says Ron Pelger, consultant, Ronprocon International, Reno, Nevada, and farmer director of produce merchandising for A&P in New England and New York.
It will come to where we're going to depend on it [global sourcing]," says Pelger.
The memorial created by artist Charles Pelger was unveiled in September 1980 and the body taken back to Hungary in March 1991.
Jim Pelger, director of facilities and plant operations at the company, said the work will be done in two phases.
Employees affected by the work in progress have been relocated to temporary offices, Pelger said.
108 and the Pleasant Grove-Verona, Natomas Central, Sutter, Pelger and Meridian Farms mutual water companies.
Three direct marketing tracks range from value added marketing to Internet marketing feature Karen and Chris Watt from New York, Pam and Dave Bosserd from Michigan and Ron Pelger, produce consultant from Reno Nevada.