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Wie·land

(vē′länt′), Heinrich Otto 1877-1957.
German chemist. He won a 1927 Nobel Prize for his research on bile acids.
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In 1992 Wieland Speck took over as head section, remaining in this position until 2017.
This year's retrospective exhibition at the Wagner museum presents Wieland and his stripped-down aesthetic, short on naturism and long on symbolism, as ground zero for the rehabilitation.
Wieland was convicted of a computer crime in the state of Maine and has since spent every day working hard to improve the life of his family.
president and chief counsel of Thomas More Society (representing Wieland)
Their lawsuit claims the mandate infringes on the Wielands' religious liberty -- (they are identified in the appeals court ruling as "devout Roman Catholics") -- under the First Amendment, because it provides health insurance coverage of abortion-inducing drugs and birth control to their teenage and adult daughters -- which conflicts with their sincerely held religious beliefs.
Mrs Wieland, who is retired, added the weather had been "glorious" at the time of the crash.
Wesighan said the Judge Wieland Inn of Court is only the second inn of court for workers' compensation practitioners in the state, following Jacksonville.
"The title reveals the ambitious nature of Wieland's staging, once again in collaboration with award-winning actor Marios Ioannou and Elena Kallinikou in a fascinating alternation of characters and circumstances."
Martin Wieland gave a detailed run down of safe dam designs in seismic zones.
Wieland: While we maintain a strong heritage in email and web security appliances, our award-winning portfolio includes more than a dozen purpose-built solutions that support literally every aspect of the network - providing organisations of all sizes with true end-to-end protection that can be deployed in hardware, virtual, cloud and mixed form factors.
At the event, Sherif AbdelElGawad, Barracuda Networks' General Manager Middle East and Africa, and Wieland Alge, Vice President and General Manager EMEA, will be available for comment on its strategy for the region, the IT security threat landscape and Barracuda Networks' product range.
Sitting in Paki Wieland's homey kitchen on a balmy afternoon in late February, it is hard to believe that only 10 days earlier, she was with a human rights delegation, monitoring demonstrations on the tear-gas-saturated streets of Bahrain.