Weyers

Wey·ers

(vī'ĕrz),
Helmut, 20th-century German pediatrician. See: Weyers-Thier syndrome.
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Womack, Jackson and Melissa Clock were joined by Rebecca Evans, an associate professor of accounting at the Weyers Cave school, during the first two days of event.
The bank said that it has opened a new office at Franklin, to be led by Russ Weyers, who has more than 25 years of experience in the industry.
In this picture: (left to right) Sebastian Frank-Schultz, Manie Slabbert, Antoinette Fourie, Lucia Paulinus, Ramona Itembu, from the human resource's department, Charles Katjimune, Janey van Wyk, Elizabeth Amadhila, Piquet Fisher, staff partner, Ramsay McDonaldff, Lizette Groenewald, human resource manager, Wilna Weyers, Peter Hiwilepo and Pieter Versfeld.
Schrock was selected to succeed Weyers as President and Chief Executive Officer of Integrys.
Weyers will become executive chairman of the board.
5") guide, Weyers (University College London, UK) provides lecturers with a range of practical strategies to promote learning in the further education (FE) classroom.
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Weyers, 61, chairman, president, and CEO of WPS Resources.
Bullish Weyco President Howard Weyers has been unapologetic about his decision.
Organiser Anne Weyers said some walkers would only need a light touch of the elbow to lead them, while others held hands or linked arms with their helpers.
In Virginia, our rep is Joseph Murray, assistant professor of biology at Blue Ridge Community College in Weyers Cave.
Ten years ago, it was very difficult to decide which would be the next step," says Stefan Weyers, who is working on a fountain clock for Germany's standards lab in Braunschweig.