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Zim·mer·mann

(zim'er-mahn),

Zim·mer·mann

(zim'er-mahn),
Wilhelm, 20th-century German physician. See: Zimmermann reaction, Zimmermann test.
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Even though investments to develop solar and wind energies may appear to be a little high in the initial stages compared to traditional energy sources, the costs would gradually come down in the long run, felt Zimmermann.
NEW YORK A Lincoln Center Festival presentation in association with the Park Avenue Armory of the RuhrTriennale production of an opera in four acts by Bernd Alois Zimmermann, based on the play by Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz.
WTP Technics was set up in September by German-born Falk Zimmermann who has secured the sole UK distribution rights to a patented printing process that can decorate plastic, metal, glass and many other surfaces in a range of designs including camouflage, animal prints and wood grain.
PUTNAM, CT George Charles Zimmermann died October 21, at home after a short illness.
Day & Zimmermann is busy building a stronger future in the Tees Valley ( the engineering company has opened a second Teesside office and also announced plans to double its workforce in 12 months.
This summer, painter Claus Carstensen doubled up with Cologne-based colleague Peter Zimmermann under the title "X-pollination (haenging og boring)" (Hanging and Hearing).
Bodo Zimmermann, 74, of San Francisco, Gohstand's brother-in-law, was born in Germany and fled Berlin with his parents and older brother in 1940.
But Mr Ahmed felt his professor Dr Friedrich Zimmermann had shown hostility towards him from the outset of the course.
Zimmermann has carefully and, in a real sense, devotedly assembled even the minute pieces of Giovio's career, offering the attentive reader precious insights into the wider world of late Renaissance Italy.
Major organization : FRANZ ZIMMERMANN GMBH & CO.
Artist Katarina Jerinic, left, and shop owner Ute Zimmermann have joined forces to create an art project focused on the strange charm of New York's Gowanus Canal.
For the first time and in riveting detail, "The Little Third Reich on Lake Superior: A History of Canadian Internment Camp R" by Ernest Robert Zimmermann illuminates the conditions of one of Canada's forgotten POW camps.