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Rie·gel

(rē'gĕl),
Franz, German physician, 1843-1904. See: Riegel pulse.
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The Riegels alleged that the device was designed, labeled, and manufactured in a manner that violated New York common law.
The Riegels claimed that the device's design, manufacturing, and labeling were negligent.
We wish to clarify that Roy Riegels played for the University of California, Berkeley, not "Southern California" as stated in the article.
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.
Leon Lett: It must be the drugs: The Cowboys defensive lineman's knack for committing more turnovers than he causes is all that keeps earlier football boneheads Roy Riegels and Jim Marshall off our list.
Charity Kenyon, a well known media lawyer and highly regarded First Amendment lawyer with the lawfirm of Riegels Campos & Kenyon, LLP, in Sacramento, California, has been selected to receive the American Inns of Court's 2007 Professionalism Award for the Ninth Circuit.
The Riegels appealed to the Second Circuit challenging both summary judgment rulings; however, they did not challenge the summary judgment dismissal of their breach of express warranty claim.
The wrong-way fumble return by California's Roy Riegels that led to a Georgia Tech safety and 8-7 win over the Bears in 1929.
1929 - Georgia Tech 8, Cal 7: ``Wrong-Way'' Roy Riegels lost the game for the Bears by returning a fumble in the wrong direction.
The last time anybody went home from the Rose Bowl talking about a center, it was Roy Riegels, who picked up a fumble and ran 80 yards the wrong way.
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.