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Schil·der

(shil'dĕr),
Paul Ferdinand, Austrian neurologist, 1886-1940.
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Police had imposed an alcohol ban at the 'Schild und Schwert Festival' ('Shield and Sword Festival') in Ostritz, in the Free State of Saxony, near Germany's border with Poland, over fears of violence.
Mark Schild, assistant dean and an instructor of finance at Stillman, and Prof.
Mikaela Shiffrinsaid that surpassing Marlies Schild on Saturday to become the women's all-time World Cup leader in slalom was bittersweet since she always felt her childhood idol deserved to hold the record.
The 23-year-old drew level on 35 slalom victories with former Austrian star Marlies Schild and can gain sole position of the record next week in Semmering, Austria.
If she wins today, she will match the all-time record, held by Austria's Marlies Schild, of 35 World Cup slalom victories.
* Amsellem-Mainguy, Y., Devlin, M., Friesenhahn, G., Labadie, F., Lambert, K., Magkou, M., Schild, H.
Ski Team learned to ski at Bristol: Morgan Schild, Harrison Smith and brothers Jonathan and Chris Lillis, all of Pittsford; and Patrick O'Flynn and Dylan Walczyk of Rochester.
Brian Clary, Dave Dickson, Hillis Schild, Sainabou Sonko and Stacey Pectol have been appointed to the Arkansas Access to Justice Foundation, which funds the Center for Arkansas Legal Services and Legal Aid of Arkansas.
(5.) Abela-Formanek C, Amon M, Schauersberger J, Kruger A, Nepp J, Schild G.
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Impressively informative and exceptionally well organized and presented, "Sox & Martin" by Jim Schild (with the help of Buddy Martin, Herb McCandless, Jake King, Diane Sox, and others) is a "must read" for all drag racing enthusiasts and will prove to be an enduringly popular addition to personal, community, and academic library Automotive History reference collections.