Piltz

Piltz

(pilts),
Jan, Polish neurologist, 1870-1931. See: Piltz sign, Westphal-Piltz phenomenon.
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ARRIS is playing an instrumental role by helping Telstra engineer a world-class solution for our customers," said David Piltz, Director, Fixed and Data Engineering,Telstra.
Amanda Sue Piltz / SAAR / 480-525-7055 / amandasue@saaronline.
Goalkeepers Dehlia Ferguson and Rayme Piltz combined to make six saves for Cottage Grove.
The government must "take more action," said Gisela Piltz, an FDP member of the parliamentary interior committee, the other day.
Gisela Piltz, Chair of the Parliamentary Group of the Free Democratic party at the Bundestag, stresses the free movement of people is one of the foundations of the EU with German employers benefiting from it as well.
Hartmut Piltz, President of Mitsubishi Electric's Factory Automation European Business Group, said: "Ruud Wildschut has many years of experience working in the automation industry, including the time he spent as Sales Director for our long-term partner Koning & Hartman.
domestic disaster relief spending for fiscal year 2011 had exceeded $32 billion (Knight and Piltz 2011).
The proof of our theorem is closely related to the Piltz divisor problem.
Piltz Endowed Professor of Cancer Research and Professor of Medicine and Urology, Tulane Medical School, and one of the principal investigators of the SPARC trial.
30) Kennedy stood for Wagga Wagga in 1957, Brennan contested Farrer in 1958 and 1961, and Peter Piltz contested Wagga Wagga in 1968 and 1971.
Piltz told reporters that Phil Cooney, an official with the President's Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) who previously worked for an oil industry trade group, had been altering documents published by the program.
Equipment includes but is not limited to Bartelt, HMC, Circle and Piltz systems.