Vollmer


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Voll·mer

(vōl'mĕr),
Herman, U.S. pediatrician, 1896-1959. See: Vollmer test.
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The 6-foot-8, 320-pound Vollmer has the ability to play both tackle positions and was recognized for his exemplary work by being named a second-team All-Pro in 2010.
Matthew Vollmer, Permanent Exhibit, BOA Editions, Ltd.
Vogel was preceded in death by her parents; three sisters, Gertrude Roth, Viola Kunkelmann and Eleanora Vollmer; and brothers-in-law Aloys Roth, William Englerth, Lorraine "Larry" Kunkelmann and William Vollmer.
It was listed by Freddy Santillana of Keystone Realty and sold by Karen Vollmer of Coldwell Banker Harbor Light.
Decathletes Pierce LaCoste of Marist and Maximilian Vollmer of Germany will give the Ducks some ammunition in the multi-events.
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While the appointments have not changed the Vatican's official position on abortion, some conservative Catholics view the changes as a shift in the previously staunchly antiabortion ideology of the academy's usual makeup; former academy member Christine Vollmer, for example, describes Reverend Biggar's appointment as the effective elimination of the institution.
This biography of Los Angeles police chief and professor August Vollmer sheds light on the growth of policing in the 20th century and highlights issues still being dealt with in the 21st century, such as race relations and police training.
He and accomplice Edward Vollmer buried the remains in Georgia and Florida.
"We are pleased to introduce Tivorbex, our second low-dose SoluMatrix NSAID, for patients suffering from acute pain," commented Lou Vollmer, president of Iroko.
Sebastian Vollmer grew up watching Rhein Fire smoke out the Scottish Claymores in NFL Europe.