Shaffer, A.

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A., U.S. biochemist, 1881-1960.
Shaffer-Hartmann method - an obsolete method for the quantitative determination of glucose in biological fluids.
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My mom is the banker, and my stepdad is a contractor," said Charles James Shaffer, a former private first class who was with the 1st Infantry Division in Mosul, Iraq, when he was wounded.
2) ``I am not going to lie, I have asked the Lord to please give me 25 years,'' says Colleen Shaffer, a survivor of an aggressive stageIV breast cancer who lives in Newhall.
Jack Arnold Shaffer, a Manhattan investment banker and major real estate broker, died on August 18 in Norwalk, Conn.
Well, Donya Shaffer, a recent Oklahoma teachers college graduate, faces just such a choice.
These findings may strengthen the voice of those who have taken the position that adult ADHD is an important cause of unrecognized and untreated distress," writes David Shaffer, a psychiatrist at the New York State Psychiatric Institute in New York City, in the same journal.
Peter Shaffer, a senior principal of the firm, said that "Our goal in designing Harbor Square was to return the waterfront to the community while simultaneously incorporating buildings into the plan that include mixed-uses which will provide vitality to the development.
For the typical person in healthy condition, it's not a great concern,'' said Cor Shaffer, a state drinking water official.
Ralph Shaffer, a former Los Angeles County grand juror, served on the panel and argued that the grand jury isn't given enough independence.
Derek Shaffer, a 2000 graduate of the law school and attorney at Cooper & Kirk, will return to his alma mater, where he graduated at the top of his class, to serve as the Center's first Executive Director.
I was so delighted to see Miss Lawrence,'' said Shaffer, a former publicist for RKO.
Shaffer, a widely-known commentator on the high-tech startup and venture capital scene, will report to Richard Levine, vice president and executive editor of Dow Jones Newswires.