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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 sponsors the championship coaches' interview, which features discussions with the two final coaches and was held at the Ernest N.
Should any such change occur, Werner may update the information by giving notice on its website or through other methods of public disclosure.
San Antonio College Invitational, Werner again took first place - albeit on a far smaller stage.
Werner opens with Mahalia Jackson in 1963 and closes with Wu-Tang Clan in the 1990s, with literally hundreds of stops on the way.
To trace the history of the Galapagos, Werner and his colleagues dredged up samples of rocks along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica.
Although the two have their own separate families and children, Werner confesses that their relationship is like a marriage of sorts.
In our research, homeowners have communicated the importance of energy efficiency and their desire to find easy ways to minimize wasted energy and identify cost savings," said Chris Filardi, VP of Marketing at Werner Co.
But Morgan appears to have recovered, and he will be expected to compete for the Foothill League championship Thursday against teammate Troy Werner and Burbank's Kyle Ivie.
This is why it was such a profoundly satisfying pleasure to read a new book by Craig Werner entitled A Change is Gonna Come: Music, Race and the Soul of America.
People born with Werner syndrome start the decline to old age in their twenties.
Werner Enterprises (NASDAQ: WERN), a premier transportation and logistics provider, announced it will host a special ceremony as part of its military campaign, Operation Freedom.
Werner is thrilled to sponsor the 'Reach for the Top' feature on the Tim Brando Show," said Chris Filardi, Vice President of Marketing for Werner Co.