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(sī-del'),
Erich, German ophthalmologist, 1882-1946. See: Seidel scotoma, Seidel sign.
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They contain a proprietary blend of ingredients clinically supported to promote fat metabolism and provide essential nutrition," notes Seidl.
Given these results, we continue to believe that shifts toward rail by conventional highway shippers will occur due to long-term trucking capacity fears and a rebound in fuel prices," added Seidl.
Despite the setback, Huber and Seidl remain in contention for a berth in the elimination rounds as the Austrians finished ahead of Gibb and Patterson in the group.
Seidl usually does not explain them on first use--a tendency that can confuse the reader.
Of our patients who are not on Medicare, most are still required by the payers to have a homebound status," says Seidl.
You had rival conductors--Theodore Thomas, Seidl, Walter Damrosch; you had rival orchestras--the New York Symphony and the Philharmonic; and you had rival opera companies--the Manhattan and Metropolitan Operas.
After individual studies of coupling, conformity, and small-town and big-city hypocrisy (Dog Days [2001]), the church (Jesus, You Know [2003]), and East--West relations (Import/Export [2007]), Seidl has delivered the Paradise trilogy, a stunning culmination--indeed, an escalation--of his previous work.
As Moral Fire elaborates, their activities overlap in numerous ways, but especially through Anton Seidl and Antonin Dvorak, whose American visit spurred vigorous debate about the formation of a national school of composition.
Seidl served as president and CEO of H20 Plus for the past seven years, responsible for the strategic direction, executive management, operations, planning, and global expansion.
Last at the festival here with Import/Export (2007), a bleak tale of lost souls making their way through the economic backwaters of the new Europe, Seidl returns to the Cannes competition this year with Paradise: Love, another story of exploitation across borders.
She said her faith in Seidl as a director gave her the confidence to expose herself to such an extent.
Wolfgang Seidl, head of Mercer's healthcare consulting business, said: "Companies recognise that a healthy, happy workforce is a productive one and this feeds directly into the bottom line.