Saenger

Saeng·er

(sāng'ĕr),
M., Prague obstetrician, 1853-1903. See: Saenger operation.
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Laughs 4 Life will bring the medicinal wonders of laughter with headlining comedian Frank Caliendo to the Saenger Theater in Hattiesburg on August 2.
Saenger, the plaintiff consents to their chosen court's personal jurisdiction as to the defendant's asserted counterclaims in that court.
Aguilera recounted the encounter during her sold-out 'Liberation Tour' show at The Saenger Theater, New Orleans on November 9.
Acredita-se que isso torne as mulheres mais suscetiveis ao desenvolvimento de insatisfacao corporal e TA, pois a baixa autoestima, principalmente no publico feminino, influencia em uma imagem negativa de si mesmo (Secchi e colaboradores, 2009; Silva, Saenger e Pereira, 2011).
Mia Saenger also won the 200 individual medley for the Axemen in 2:16.53, Ella Garner won the 500 freestyle in 6:12.97, and Hannah Brandow won the 100 backstroke in 1:08.45.
Perot Theatre--Located in downtown Texarkana, Texas, the beautiful, restored theater has been a landmark since 1924 when it opened as the Saenger Amusement Company's "Gateway to the Southwest" theatre.
(2.) Cohen P, Rogol AD, Deal CL, Saenger P, Reiter EO, Ross JL, Chernausek SD, Savage MO, Wit JM.
* SGS: appointed Annette Saenger as sales manager for the certifications and business enhancement division covering cosmetics and pharmaceuticals across North America.
Cohen P, Rogol AD, Deal CL, Saenger P, Reiter EO, Ross JL, et al; 2007 ISS Consensus Workshop participants.