Riedel


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Rie·del

(rē'del),
Bernhard M.C.L., German surgeon, 1846-1916. See: Riedel disease, Riedel lobe, Riedel struma, Riedel thyroiditis.
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However, surprisingly, no 'Riedel' geometries were formed at any stage during the given number of steps.
ADX expects to retain a minimum of approximately 37% of the company, Riedel Resources Limited ('Riedel') upon listing and the raising of up to A$7 million.
By Bruce Riedel. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 180 pages, 2008, $26.95.
Your weekend reading assignment is this essay by Bruce Riedel, an intelligence, security, and foreign affairs expert who though officially in the world of think tanks has close to ties to the Obama administration (he has been a crucial player in its Afghanistan strategy).
Summary: Moroccan public broadcast network TV 2M has installed a Riedel Artist digital matrix intercom installation to replace its former system, writes Fergal Ringrose.
The fact is that it is hard to be more doom-laden on Pakistan and Afghanistan than Bruce Riedel, terrorism expert and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
Hospice du Rhone this year honored stemware authority Georg Riedel as its person of the year.
By Bruce Riedel. Washington: Brookings Institution Press, 2008.180 pages.
The board confirmed Herbert Riedel as president of Wallace in Andalusia.
Produced by Richmond Riedel. Co-producer, Rebecca Bitner.
On their third try, Oliver Riedel, director of Process Integration and Information Management at Volkswagen, and his colleagues were going to get it right and get it fast.
AROUND THE COUNTRY: For 15 years, New Yorkers who love artsy palaver have been getting their fix from "Theater Talk," a public-TV program co-hosted by famously skewer-wielding New York Post columnist Michael Riedel and series producer Susan Haskins.