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Welch

(welch),
William H., U.S. pathologist, 1850-1934. See: Welch bacillus.
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I'm not a young guy,'' Welch said after Canyon's 27-13 shocker over De La Salle at Home Depot Center.
The public criticism of GE and of the former CEO that ensued ultimately forced Welch to "voluntarily" relinquish $2.
Had he lived to see the creation of his long-cherished dream of an Americanist university, Robert Welch might have added that the chief reward of setting up an educational institution is the adventure of becoming, of watching the organization progress through each carefully planned stage of development.
asks Welch, who has choreographed works for American Ballet Theatre and San Francisco Ballet.
Welch does not have a problem with these requests, but what bothers him is the fact that "bump-ups" require investigations, which can take anywhere from a couple of months to a year.
Welch also makes dozens of types of pacemaker battery insulator sleeves.
Welch will enjoy the luxury of a larger company with greater financial resources when he becomes artistic director of Houston Ballet this summer.
Welch, a licensed nurse and administrator, helped their endeavor grow from a "Mom and Pop" rest home, serving a handful of residents, to the first licensed nursing home in New England to an organization employing more than 1,500 caregivers and staff today and offering the full continuum of care.
Nevertheless, Welch convincingly shows the "complex interactions" engendered by the great building projects of the Renaissance.
Other attributes CFOs say they like in Welch include his "willing[ness] to admit mistakes and change course" and his ability to "build a strong team of problem-solvers.
Welch brings to GTT over 16 years of financial and operation experience, primarily in the telecommunications industry.
they might want me to put a tape together,'' said Welch, apologizing Wednesday for speaking in a whining tone.