Staub

Staub

(shtowb),
Hans, Swiss internist, 1890-1967. See: Staub-Traugott effect, Staub-Traugott phenomenon.
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* Several companies (Staub, Tramontina and CookCraft) have lids that can be propped on the handles of the vessel for mess-free cooking.
The project will take nine months to one year to complete and the company anticipates creating 150 to 250 jobs for construction, said Tim Staub of Herbert, Rowland & Grubic Inc., a Swatara Township-based engineering firm that is consulting on the project.
Joining Bouch, Coxon and Wagner are Eileen Staub, Office Manager; and Ashleigh Foley, Administrative Assistant.
The flick will also mark the directorial debut of Ricky Staub, confirmed Variety.
The perfect princess dress every little girl dreams of!" Stephanie Staub, designer and founder of Little Eglantine, told (https://www.brides.com/story/prince-george-and-princess-charlotte-royal-wedding-outfits) Brides.
Bank of Marin Bancorp received financial advisory services and a fairness opinion from Keefe, Bruyette and Woods, A Stifel Co, and Stuart Moore Staub served as legal counsel.
"The technology for C[O.sub.2] is available today, although it continues to evolve," said Jeff Staub, Danfoss' director of regional applications--Americas.
Staub, global vice president of business development for Green Biologies.
1| No kitchen is complete without cast-iron cookware, and the name in most chefs cupboards is Staub. Sur la Table has a new, limited-edition five-piece collection ($74.95-$299.95) in a handsome Pine Majolique finish.
Architectural and design firm of Montroy Andersen DeMarco (MADGI) joined forces with Paris-based Pascal Desprez to develop the design for the restaurant, the brainchild of Michelin three-star chef and owner, Antoine Westermann, and business partner, Francis Staub. Nicknamed "The Bistro of Beautiful Birds," Le Coq Rico is a neighbor to some of New York's most popular restaurants.
No one knew it at the time, but the January 22, 1969, trade that sent Rusty Staub from the Houston Astros to the Montreal Expos was arguably the most significant player transaction in baseball since Harry Frazee sold Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees in 1920.
The Antipolo-based squad assembled a 138 on Tess Staub's 39, Ma.