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Rae·der

(rā'dĕr),
Georg Johann, Norwegian ophthalmologist, 1889-1956. See: Raeder paratrigeminal syndrome.
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Raeder was an All-American goaltender at the University of New Hampshire and was back-up goalie for the WHA's New England Whalers, going 12-11-1 from 1975-77.
He's been around now and goaltending is a process, so sometimes you figure things out," Raeder said.
From that point, Rhys-Jones depicts the operational picture available to the respective commanders, from Britain's Commander in Chief Home Fleet, Admiral John Tovey, and Admiral Raeder down their chains of command to the commanders at the scene.
Thomas will work mostly with the San Jose goaltenders, while Raeder, who has been with the organization as a scout, will concentrate on the goalies in Worcester.
Sitting between them and leading the group discussion was Cap Raeder, a pro scout for parent club San Jose.
Simpson's testimony,'' said Myrna Raeder, an evidence law professor at Southwestern University School of Law.
Raeder remembers that the team's owner, Sandy Reiss, made too many enemies to survive in Manchester.
I'm honored to be invited back for the fifth time to participate at the Montgomery Conference this year; and very appreciative of the long-standing partnership and over $250M in growth capital I've raised through deep relationships started at Oasis," states John Raeder, CEO talentReef.
One Reds goalie during that final year was San Jose scout Cap Raeder, a frequent visitor to the DCU Center.
I'm excited to present talentReef, the #1 market leader for cloud-based HCM platforms purposely-built for the massive and growing Hourly workforce," states John Raeder, CEO talentReef.
As a noted speaker for outsourced services procurement solutions, Raeder has pioneered this rapidly evolving segment, developing the first comprehensive global spend management platform.
JobApp's strong momentum was driven by its differentiated HR platform strategy, proven leadership team's ability to execute, and by a four-fold increase in R&D spending that has occurred since growth-equity firm Frontier Capital and John Raeder, CEO acquired JobApp.