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Schenck

(shenk),
Benjamin R., U.S. surgeon, 1873-1920. See: Schenck disease.
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Tokyo, Japan, Aug 19, 2005 - (JCNN) - Horiba agreed on the acquisition of Schenck-Development Test Systems (DTS), a German manufacturer of automotive testing equipment, from Carl Schenck of Germany.
"A lot of districts don't have a handle on how many books they're losing every year, because they usually don't have a system that tells them what's gone," says Tom Schenck, president of Follett.
Since 1994, AccuRate[R] has been a wholly owned affiliate of 120 year old SCHENCK Process, located in Darmstadt, Germany.
At the Thursday morning prayer meeting, I spoke to the Reverend Rob Schenck of Washington, D.C.
As Laura Peers and Theresa Schenck explain, George Nelson's journals have a two-fold value: they provide us with a vivid description of the fur trade and Ojibwa society, and they act as a record of the complex feelings and thoughts of a young (sixteen-year-old) man's journey away from home and into fur trade country (and a short-lived marriage to an Ojibwa woman).
Inside, the Reverend Rob Schenck, the founder of the organization and its self-proclaimed "missionary to elected and appointed officials," has just wrapped up a staff meeting.
Jurgensen, professor at Michigan Tech's School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, will receive Carl Alwin Schenck Award; Thomas D.
Rita Schenck of the largely rural island of Vashon, Washington, wants the Seattle suburb's 10,000 residents to be completely energy-independent--producing their own renewable power--within a few years.
The reason Holmes came up with such a bad analogy to Schenck's actions (8) is that he did not see Schenck primarily as a First Amendment case.
Schenck added, "I believe that the atrocities of unrestricted abortion on demand and the horror of partial-birth abortions have brought many pastors and laity back into the pro-life fold."
Counselors should encourage the use of compensation strategies such as writing down all class assignments in a specific notebook that is color-coordinated by class, using worksheets and study guides, and checking for spelling errors before turning in assignments, (Baum, 1990; Skinner & Schenck, 1992).