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Rö·mer

(rē'mĕr),
Paul H., German bacteriologist, 1876-1916. See: Römer test.
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In Frankfort at the Romer was a great mask-ball, at the coronation festival, and in the illuminated saloon, the clanging music invited to dance, and splendidly appeared the rich toilets and charms of the ladies, and the festively costumed Princes and Knights.
6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Economics Teaching Association and Cengage Learning today honored Paul Romer with the inaugural Innovations in Economic Education Award.
Lin Romer was appointed as additional managing director of AMSilk effective August 1, 2013.
Geordie Romer of Windermere Real Estate in Leavenworth has earned the Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist designation in recognition of his experience, knowledge and expertise in the luxury home market.
Brewer's situation is similar to that of his predecessor, Roy Romer, whose plans were thwarted when he had to find money to fund an 11.
Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said his first thought on hearing about Roberts's Romer work was of "aiding and abetting," but in a statement he urged "caution" about rejecting the nominee.
Most recently Romer took Faro to court claiming its competitor's FaroArms infringe several claims in Romer's 1998 U.
Sweden-based Hexagon AB, the parent company of Browne & Sharp, has entered into a formal agreement to purchase the measuring equipment businesses of Romer CimCore Inc.
Waukesha Kramer performed hundreds of dimensional checks with a portable coordinate measuring machine (PCMM) from Romer CimCore, Farmington Hills, Mich.
Christina Romer is currendy the Class of 1957 Professor of Economics at the University of California at Berkeley.
But UCLA economist Benjamin Klein finds their work "unrealistic," and Paul Romer, a Stanford economist whose path-breaking development of new growth theory is the focus of much of Boldrin and Levine's critique, considers their logic flawed and their assumptions implausible.
Superintendent Roy Romer may be the most talented man ever to run a big-city school district, also bound to fail.