Rathke

Rath·ke

(raht'kĕ),
Martin H., German anatomist, physiologist, and pathologist, 1793-1860. See: Rathke bundles, Rathke cleft cyst, Rathke diverticulum, Rathke pocket, Rathke pouch, Rathke pouch tumor.
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Entertainment was provided by the Catholic Grade School students, including Rick Ogolini, Patty Rathke, Grace Riggio, Elizabeth Humphrey, Mary Prusacki, Virginia Emling, Joyce Eisenhauer, and Jeannie Rhoades.
By Martina Rathke and Juergen Ruf, DPA/Freiburg, Germany
Rathke (1837) made a large report on the fauna of Crimea and its shores on the Black Sea, including mammals, amphibians, reptiles, fishes (8 new species), crustaceans (15 n.
Infection of a Rathke cleft cyst: A rare cause of pituitary abscess.
Newington, has announced the appointment of Frances Gregg Rathke to the Planet Fitness board of directors' audit committee.
Rathke is an epic fantasy involving a man cursed by a dying god's blessing, a mute eunuch carrying the dead to the Goddess of Death, and a young girl saved from a burning metropolis only to be raised by the cursed man and two wolf gods.
Overseen in the end by stage director Christoph Marthaler and co-director Joaquim Rathke, with sets and modern-day costumes by Anna Viebrock, this is an oddly cold and unfocused staging, albeit with some fine singing.
According to Rathke and Thomas, the lawsuit may be the first of many.
When asked about the Hamas leader's visit to Turkey during a press conference, then-US State Department Press Office Director Jeff Rathke said: "Hamas is a designated foreign terrorist organization.
US State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke told the two neighbours that the relationship between them was 'critical' to maintaining peace and stability in the South Asian region and added that Washington welcomed any measure that could reduce tension between India and Pakistan, reported the Dawn.
Summary: Squire Patton Boggs partner Sarah Rathke was part of the litigation team that successfully defended Venture Corp.