Rosenbach


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(rō'zĕn-bahk),
Ottomar, German physician, 1851-1907. See: Rosenbach law, Rosenbach sign, Rosenbach test, Rosenbach-Gmelin test.
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Touted as "an ambitious project of Pafos 2017 about war and violence" the exhibition includes pieces on the theme of "conflict, war and refugees" by artists Tammam Azzam, Molitor & Kuzmin, Ulrike Rosenbach, Rinos Stefani and Wolf Vostell.
Born in 1953, he is not only a forefather of video art and a cofounder, with Ulrike Rosenbach and Klaus vom Bruch, of the 1970s producer group ATV, he is also--still--a protagonist of political art.
Rosenbach, and <AEE>lie Metchnikoff; and William Watson Cheyne and his achievements in the filed fight tuberculosis, cholera, and bacterial infection on the battlefield.
This is one of the fastest and most popular product launches weve seen in some time, says said Rob Rosenbach, Ford F-150 brand manager.
In contrast, while attributes of effective followers have been theorized (Kelley, 1988; Agho, 2009; Chaleff, 2009; Carsten et al, 2010; Rosenbach et al, 2012), relatively little research has tested extant models (Baker, 2007).
Fortunately she finds an ally in Mr Rosenbach who sees that she is capable of bettering herself and he allows her use of the library each evening.
She is taken in by the Rosenbach family, which employs her as a parlor maid.
From the US side: Eric Rosenbach, Chief of Staff to Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, Senior Military Assistant to Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.
Testifying at a hearing held by the Senate Armed Services Committee, Eric Rosenbach, assistant secretary of defense for homeland defense and global security, outlined the Pentagon plan to improve the U.
Some of Sendak's works were housed at the Rosenbach museum and library in Philadelphia.
The Rosenbach Museum and Library in Philadelphia this week filed a lawsuit against the executors of Sendak's estate as well as the Maurice Sendak Foundation over the multi-million dollar collection, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Find, Fix, Finish: Inside the Counterterrorism Campaigns That Killed Osama Bin Laden and Devastated Al-Qaeda by Aki Peritz and Eric Rosenbach.