Rasmussen


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Ras·mus·sen

(ras'mŭs-ĕn),
Fritz W., Danish physician, 1834-1881. See: Rasmussen aneurysm.

Ras·mus·sen

(răs'mus-sen),
Grant L., U.S. neuroanatomist, 1904-1989. See: bundle of Rasmussen, Rasmussen encephalitis, Rasmussen syndrome.
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'Until we do, the EU's claims to be basing foreign policy on values, is a statement that rings hollow,' says Rasmussen. The article suggests that the time has come for European nations to reject China's 'warped viewpoint that Taiwan is just a rebel province.'
According to latest opinion polls, Rasmussen's centre-right coalition will cede power to the opposition left-wing bloc, headed by the Social Democrats.
Rasmussen has been CEO at Nationwide since February 2009, and has spent his 45-year career at the insurer's family of companies.
As Nationwide noted, Rasmussen has also been an active leader outside of Nationwide, serving on the boards of the Nationwide Children's Hospital, OhioHealth, American Electric Power and Catalyst.
The Seven Steps Step 1: Plan for Success Step 2: Sizzling Starts Step 3: Tightening Tension Step 4: Dynamic Dialogue Step 5: Show, Don't Tell Step 6: Ban the Boring Step 7: Endings with Impact The Writing Graphs (in Step 1: Plan for Success) made a real difference to student confidence in writing at Rasmussen. 'Once you see the pattern that a narrative or persuasive piece follows, you immediately see how it has been used by ads, poems, movies, blogs and even by reality TV shows,' Jen says.
He noted on Twitter last month that Rasmussen showed his approval rating at 50 percent while arguing that it would be at 75 percent if not for special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
In 2017, when Grant teased about her tell-all book "The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister" against the future royal, Rasmussen defended her aunt Markle over her mom.
Besides the security dimension of the transatlantic relationship, the economic element is equally important, Rasmussen said.
Knud Rasmussen was born in Jakobshavn (Illulissat) on the west coast of Greenland, the son of a Danish missionary and a mother with Inuit ancestry.
A member of APHA's Occupational Health and Safety Section, Rasmussen received the Association's Presidential Citation Award for his service in the fight against black lung disease in 1969.
The sequence seems to go against the grain of Rasmussen's premise, as the focus of these early gestures is not intimacy but opacity, the degree to which the principal players either harbor secrets or hint at inward conditions that inhibit connection.
TyFLyS (CyHAN)- NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen commented on his meeting with Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili.