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Rie·gel

(rē'gĕl),
Franz, German physician, 1843-1904. See: Riegel pulse.
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Edited by Marie Riegels Melchior and Birgitta Svensson
In reaching the conclusion that the Riegels' state law claims
Riegels' state law claims were expressly preempted by [section]
We wish to clarify that Roy Riegels played for the University of California, Berkeley, not "Southern California" as stated in the article.
The most memorable moment was Roy Riegels' running 65 yards in the wrong direction.
A year and a half later, both Riegels feel the soap has done a stellar job with the GLAAD award-winning story line--which was, All My Children creator Agnes Nixon has said, inspired in part by Chastity Bono's memoir, Family Outing.
In the summer of 2000, when Eden Riegel won the high-profile role of Bianca, the most famous lesbian on daytime television, she had an ace up her sleeve: her big sister.
Because of this PMA approval, on March 14, 2002, the district court ruled that all of the Riegels' negligence claims (except for the negligent manufacturing claim), the strict liability claim, and breach of implied warranty claim were preempted.
In Riegel, Charles Riegel and his wife brought suit against Medtronic, Inc., after a Medtronic catheter ruptured in Charles Riegel's coronary artery during heart surgery.
The issues decided in Riegel and presented in Levine share at least one feature with the Court's decision of last term in Massachusetts v.
The court ruled 8 to 1 that Congress has granted the FDA the exclusive authority to assess the proper balance in its pre-market review of the medical device in the case, Riegel V.
The court handed down the 8-1 decision in the case of Riegel v.