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Schil·ler

(shil'ĕr),
Walter, Austrian pathologist in U.S., 1887-1960. See: Schiller test.
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Prior to Valeant, Schiller worked for 24 years with Goldman Sachs, including COO for the Investment Banking Division responsible for the management and strategy of the business.
Anderson claimed he was a lawyer from Boies Schiller and told Robertson that his firm was helping to liquidate a client's jewelry estate and needed assistance in transferring the funds from one of the firm's Wells Fargo & Co.
A son of the 1991 National Stakes winner El Prado, and thus a grandson of Sadler's Wells, Artie Schiller is by the same stallion who gave us Medaglia D'Oro and Kitten's Joy.
26 October 2011 - Agfa HealthCare, the diagnostic imaging and healthcare IT solutions unit of Belgian imaging company Agfa-Gevaert NV (EBR:AGFB), said yesterday that it and US-based diagnostics equipment maker Schiller America Inc partnered to offer a complete solution for managing electrocardiogram (ECG) images.
Mr Schiller added that its camera has five lenses, one more than the iPhone4, which will result in sharper pictures.
At the lunch, Schiller said that Tea Party members are stupid racists.
It is also not known at this time whether either Schiller is related to German Romantic poet Friedrich Schiller; French journalist Armand Schiller; German-English philosopher Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller; German astronomer Julius Schiller; the Lower East Side's Schiller's Liquor Bar; Monsey, New York, Hasdic rabbi Mayer Schiller; Emmy Award-winning director Lawrence Schiller; or indeed any other Schiller.
Once large subassembly sections were completed at the pier, Abington Group subcontracted the loading and ferrying on barges of the large subassemblies from the pier to the Schiller Station with Sea and Shore Contracting Inc.
Schiller Real Estate, based in Elmhurst, Illinois, will be merged with Koenig & Strey Real Living, located in Chicago and bought by HomeServices in September last year.
El libro La tragedia como conjuro: el problema de lo sublime en Friedrich Schiller, escrito por Maria del Rosario Acosta como su tesis de Doctorado en Filosofia, nos presenta la complejidad del pensamiento schilleriano desde un punto de vista que pone de manifiesto la importancia de este autor dentro de la historia de la filosofia.
And not all of the evidence is from Schiller. Bertrand Russell, himself no fan of pragmatism, once argued for scrapping Peirce and inserting Schiller into the mix as the 'literary' wing of first generation pragmatism (21).