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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The decision resolves charges brought by FINRA's enforcement division last August, when FINRA had filed a complaint against Werner for fraud related to churning of the 77-year-old's account.
Werner also announced additional owner operator Dedicated opportunities, significant increases for owner operator Regional routes and special owner operator interest rates as low as 7.
Werner maintains its global headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska and maintains offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico, China and Australia.
Knaack offers significant synergies for Werner across their customer base and their served industries, said Craig W.
that Werner first encountered the work of Anselm Kiefer, who was and is a world unto himself.
Werner calls the first perspective "the blues impulse" and the second "the gospel impulse.
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.
Werner Works now manufactures utility gear for police, fire and other emergency workers.
San Antonio College Invitational, Werner again took first place - albeit on a far smaller stage.
As in these texts, Werner keeps his laser-like eye focused on what the music means to the people who both play and listen to it.