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Scholz

(shōlts),
Willibald, German neurologist, 1889-1971. See: Scholz disease.
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Prosecutor Karl Scholz said the victims had all been young men whose muscles the defendant had felt and who he "required to bear his weight so he could assess their strength".
Labeled a Wunderkind by German critics, Scholz assumed the role of artistic director and chief choreographer of the Zurich ballet at the age of twenty-six and, tour years later, went to Leipzig where he quickly earned international fame reinterpreting classics like Coppelia and choreographing such musical masterpieces as Mozart's "Great Mass," Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique, and Bruckner's Symphony No.
OF 30 BILLION EURO TO GERMANY, SAYS MINISTER SCHOLZ
Design team: Christopher Scholz, AIA, Principal-in-Charge; Ines Elskop, AAIA, Project Coordinator; Nanna Wulfing, Dipl.
Proposing a new approach to an old solution concerning this dilemma are Fritz Scholz and Urich Hesse from the University of Greifswald, Germany, who say that deliberately planted forests--once they bind C[O.sub.2] through photosynthesis--should be removed from the global carbon cycle by burial.
General Juergen Scholz assumed his duty when EUPOL was still at an initial stage.
BILL SCHOLZ, PH.D., HAS HAD a long and distinguished career in speech technology, beginning with and currently inspiring the next generation of industry players.
Judo star Romy Tarangul, 40, left, sailor Petra Niemann, 30, canoeist Nicole Reinhardt, 32, and hockey player Katharina Scholz, 25, all appear in the issue of the German edition that went on sale yesterday.
Till Scholz of IMR, who is Holo-Impact project manager together with Gunter Helferich of ICT, told Holography News that, up to now, holographic shims have been exploded into steel.
"A bike is something that should be with you all the time," said Hanz Scholz, co-founder and lead designer at Green Gear Cycling, a specialty manufacturing company in Eugene, Ore.
has announced the promotions of Stanley Blaylock and Mia Scholz from divisional vice presidents to corporate vice presidents.