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Rit·ter

(rit'ĕr),
Johann W., German physicist, 1776-1810. See: Ritter opening tetanus, Ritter-Rollet phenomenon.
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A leader among local independent communications providers in Tennessee and Arkansas, Ritter Communications offers Internet, phone, video services and cloud solutions to business, residential and wholesale customers.
A local independent communications provider in Tennessee and Arkansas, Ritter Communications offers Internet, phone, video services and cloud solutions to business, residential and wholesale customers.
Lembo remarked, 'I am excited to join Ritter Pharmaceuticals' Medical Advisory Board at such a crucial time when the top-line data readout from their Phase 3 study of RP-G28 is imminent.
Ritter last flaunted her baby bump on the 2019 Oscars red carpet in February, simultaneously confirming she was expecting a baby with her beau, 'The War on Drugs' musician Adam Granduciel.
Manufacturing strategist Hanza Holding AB (STO:HANZA) has acquired German manufacturing group RITTER Elektronik GmbH, with production facilities in Germany and the Czech Republic, the company announced on Thursday.
Ritter is committed to the success of our students and VUU," Lucas said.
The 8,882 SF Ritter Communications Data Technology Center is billed as the first of its kind in the mid-South and underscores Ritter's efforts to extend customer access beyond larger population centers.
"Even though he ran the leagues, he was just one of the guys," Ritter said Saturday.
Jason Ritter said that he's not that too different from his character on "Kevin (Probably) Saves the World."
NYT Syndicate When Krysten Ritter was writing her first novel, Bonfire, about a shady cover-up in small-town America, a plastics company with suspicious motives and a decade-old scandal given new relevance, she understood the genre she was working in.