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Wen·zel

(ventz'el),
Joseph, German anatomist and physiologist, 1768-1808. See: Wenzel ventricle.
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17, 1933 in Bowlesville, the youngest son of Joseph George and Delia Mary (Dailey) Wenzel. He married the love of his life, Carole "Sue" Caldwell on Feb.
At home, Wenzel lives as Markie, and in public, Wenzel lives as a man.
Predicting how people will respond to corticosteroid therapy could significantly reduce the suffering of many patients, Wenzel said.
Cedrick and Wenzel both go to the Booy South Elementary School in this city.
Running Away is an instrumental new age album by keyboardist, composer, arranger, and producer Timothy Wenzel. Featuring piano and synthesizer compositions, enriched with contributions from Josie Quick on violin, Jill Haley on English horn and oboe, and Jeff Haynes on percussion, Running Away is a sweeping, magical journey of the mind, and a treasure for connoisseurs of genre.
Although Wenzel might respect a rights-based justification for liberty, he employs the "simpler approach of robust political economy: People are not omniscient and cannot be assumed to be benevolent" (p.
"We are ready to do more in the coming weeks and months," Wenzel told reporters, according to the Press and Information Office.
German media reported that Wenzel, now 17, was sentenced to five years in prison for being an ISIS member and added another year for illegally entering Iraq.
Intended for young viewers ages 3-6, They All Saw A Cat is the DVD adaptation of Brendan Wenzel's children's picturebook about observation, curiosity, and imagination.
Wenzel, Siegfried, The Sermons of William Peraldus: An Appraisal (Sermo, 13), Turnhout, Brepols, 2017; hardback; pp.
Wenzel's Selfish Libertarians and Socialist Conservatives?: The Foundations of the Libertarian-Conservative Debate.