Van Slyke

Van Slyke

(van slīk),
Donald D., U.S. biochemist, 1883-1971. See: slyke, Van Slyke apparatus, Van Slyke formula.
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"Family Dollar is proud to be a part of the Glendale Heights community and we are excited to welcome existing and new customers to our newly renovated store," said Jim Van Slyke, Family Dollar spokesperson.
Harmon Van Slyke Peeke, an American missionary stationed in Japan, traveled to Fusan in the spring of 1891 and his opinion of the women of that port echoed Foulk's observations.
Cyberloafing can increase employees' skill which could benefit both; employees as well as organisation (Belanger & Van Slyke, 2002).
Van Slyke from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
According to Focus, Lake Street's two co-founding partners, Bob Goyette and Greg Van Slyke, met 20 years ago while serving as senior executives at another wealth management firm.
Recent advances in the science of morality offer complementary perspectives on the psychological processes involved in the formation of virtue (Brown & Reimer, 2013; Van Slyke, Peterson, Reimer, Spezio, & Brown, 2012).
And they can add to it, and that's where the real benefit comes in," says Glynis Van Slyke, president of Entertainment Flooring Systems.
Rebecca Van Slyke's Mom School (9780385388924, $16.99) receives fun, simple drawings by Priscilla Burris as it questions where mothers go to learn how to be good moms.
Van Slyke, Senior Counsel, Hoover Slovacek LLP will speak at the Knowledge Congress' webcast entitled: "Best Practices to Manage Corporate Data and Information Security in 2015 Live Webcast." This event is scheduled for Wednesday, June 10, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm (ET).
2B--Turner 3 (3), Van Slyke 2 (3), Pederson (4), Ellis (1).