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Sten·der

(sten'dĕr),
Wilhelm P., 19th-century manufacturer of scientific apparatus in Leipzig, Germany. See: Stender dish.
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Tender notice number : EE/MIDVN/EKM/14/ET/2019-20 STender
Todd Stender maintained an Outperform rating on Realty Income and established a $78 price target.
Despite Saturday's weather, Robert Stender showed up nearly an hour early to get a spot in line.
Call Me Phaedra: The Life and Times of Movement Lawyer Fay Stender
The delegation, led by Deputy Head of Mission Ms Bente Schiller, comprised Director RDC Ulrik Netterstrom and Investment Director Danida Business Finance Rina Stender Sapru.
Wells Fargo analyst Todd Stender upgraded Welltower to Outperform from Market Perform and raised his price target on the shares to $79 from $68.
Summary: As trails coordinator for Western Australia's Department of Parks and Wildlife and a board member of the World Trails Network, Kerstin Stender spends a lot of time in the outdoors, for both work and pleasure.
"Her work ethic, combined with dedication to handling client relations and managing staff, has been the key to retention and sales growth for the firm," said Anneke Stender, EVP, TAG Family CFO.
Consumers didn't miss trans fats when they were replaced in Denmark, the first country to eliminate them, said Steen Stender, professor of nutrition, exercise and sports at the University of Copenhagen.
and later Professor Steen Stender, and continued in the laboratory of Professor Donald Zilversmit at Cornell University in New York.
In this way, the book presents a gracefully gendered analysis that elucidates the dynamics of anticarceral activism and illuminates the impact of key actors who have until now received scant discussion--among them Jackson's lawyer, Fay Stender.
Two weeks later, photo director Yvonne Stender and staff photographer Tom Story were on location outside Phoenix, setting up the shot in the shadow of a saguaro.