Werner


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Wer·ner

(vĕr'nĕr),
Otto, early 20th-century German physician. See: Werner syndrome.

Wer·ner

(vĕr'nĕr),
F.F., early 20th-century German chemist. See: Werner test.
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Werner's total adjusted operating income increased 1 percent year-over-year to $59.2 million.
Werner says any player on the planet would relish the chance to be part of what Klopp has created.
Werner and Anfield chiefs spent the Coutinho cash wisely, splashing out on Virgil van Dijk and Alisson Becker to help transform Jurgen Klopp's side.
We have to see what the right thing to do is, for us and for Timo."Werner openly flirted with a move to Bayern earlier in the season, telling Sky that there is only one club in Germany" for whom he would leave Leipzig.
Gralapp has also been with Werner Electric for 16 years.
Werner Enterprises bought the land, comprised of two farms, several years ago and will use only a portion for the truck facility, he said.
Werner will start as a member of Asiakastieto Group's management team replacing Esa Kumpu, who will continue in the service of Asiakastieto Group in a position which will be confirmed later.
Mr Werner also assured that the Portfolio Review of the ADB financed projects of BISP would be accelerated to enable preparation for the upcoming projects.
Werner is already an established member of this team, even though the goals haven't come yet.
A Reuters report posted last month suggested that UPS is currently in talks with Omaha, Neb.-based truckload and logistics services provider Werner Enterprises to "launch an in-home delivery service for large, heavy goods ...
OKLAHOMA CITY Recent federal legislative action to roll back Dodd-Frank regulations suggests more potential changes ahead to benefit the community side of the banking industry, said Sandy Werner, the OklahomaBankersAssociation's new chairwoman.<br />The problem is that Capitol Hill moves too slowly, Werner said.<br />"Bankers have become organized because of Dodd-Frank to collectively seek an important change," said Werner, who is also CEO of First National Bank & Trust in Elk City.