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Benes

Eduard . 1884--1948, Czech statesman; president of Czechoslovakia (1935--38; 1946--48) and of its government in exile (1939--45)
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Health risks of fracked gas infrastructure include asthma and heart disease from particulate matter, neurologic disease and miscarriage due to heavy metals, and cancer due to carcinogens such as benzene and radioactive radon and lead, Benes said.
Nicholas Benes is representative director and founder of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan, a government-certified public interest nonprofit organization.
It's always nice to be recognized," Benes told InsideCounsel, adding that the list of winners represent "great companies all around the world.
Specifically, Benes said that CEZ is discussing the purchase of Italian energy company Enel's share in a Slovak power company, and Swedish company Vattenfall's generating assets in Germany.
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Mining "town histories, parish and church records, town records, diaries, [and] newspaper articles," as well as secondary sources, Benes traced 2,189 meetinghouses and churches, built in New England by Congregationalists (Puritans), Presbyterians, Baptists, and Anglicans (281).
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, star of the HBO comedy Veep, is best known for playing Elaine Benes on Seinfeld, a show that famously featured people who were not very admirable to begin with and never improved.
Eduard Benes was twice president of which European country?
I have an entire zoo of broken 3-D printed objects in my office," Purdue University computer science professor Bedrich Benes said in a statement Tuesday.
Making up the core four were Elaine Benes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), as Jerry's ex-girlfriend, and Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards), his high-haired, neighbour.
UAMS coauthors of the study are Helen Benes, Noor Akhter, Mohsin Syed, Dana Gaddy and Larry Suva.
Cuban-Americans moderates like Miami banker Bernardo Benes (4) supported normalization as a means to improve human rights conditions on the island and promote family reunification and prisoner release programs.