Welcker

Wel·cker

(vel'ker),
Hermann, German anthropologist and anatomist, 1822-1898. See: Welcker angle.
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Pictured here are (l-r) Mark Welcker, president, Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce; Ryan Westwood, CEO, Simplus; Dan Burton, CEO, Health Catalyst; Lt.
Poland is coming, and we are assuming that Poland will become an increasingly important trade partner," said Carl Martin Welcker, the president of the VDMA in an interview with Reuters.
VDMA head Carl-Martin Welcker said higher demand from emerging markets such as Russia and India could lift engineering production this year while China, the United States and Britain were sources of uncertainty.
Although his earliest antiquarian purchases--a Welcker edition of Abel sonatas and an edition of Corelli sonatas published by John Walsh--date from his student days, James first built the Whitbys' chamber music library with modern editions, frequently acquired secondhand.
These findings are in concordance with the conclusion of workers like Welcker (2005), Aydin et al.
Among them are Kelydra Welcker, whose work on chemical contaminants in her West Virginia hometown landed her on an FBI terrorist watch list, and Taylor Wilson, who wheeled into the fair a nuclear fusion reactor he had built in a basement.
With: Ana Cisneros Cisneros, Harmain Khan; Kelydra Welcker.
At the beginning of the year Kapp will succeed Carl Martin Welcker, owner of the Schtitte operation (Cologne, Germany), who served two three-year terms as VDW's leader.
That happened to Kelydra Welcker (see "Pollution Detective") with mosquitoes and environmental toxins and Erica David (see "Snow Traps") with snow.
SIMI VALLEY - Cassie and Roxanne Welcker think the poultry competition at the Ventura County Fair is going to be a lot livelier this year.