Bielitz

Bielitz:

see Bielsko-BiałaBielsko-Biała
, Ger. Bielitz, city (1993 est. pop. 185,000), Śląskie prov., S Poland, on the Biała River, a tributary of the Vistula. The city is a railway junction and has a noted woolen textile industry.
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, Poland.
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Colleen Bielitz Chief business development officer, strategic planning and innovation, Becker College (Mass.
This result was consistent with findings by (a) Fink, Grammer, and Thornhill (2001) who, in their study on the effect of skin texture on facial attractiveness of females did not find, among male White people, any significant correlation between darkness and attractiveness, (b) Wade and Bielitz (2005) who, in their study on the effect of skin tone on perceived attractiveness of African Americans, did not find, among White people, any significant effect of color on attractiveness judgments or any interaction involving color, and (c) Jefferson and Stake (2009) who, in their study on African American women's dissatisfaction with body features, showed that only about 16% of them reported some degree of dissatisfaction with their skin tone.
Mathias Bielitz, 'Bemerkungen zur Musik des Daniel-Spiels von Beauvais', Bulst and Bulst-Thiele (eds), Hilarii Aurelianensis Versus et Ludi, 120-79, provides detailed analysis of the music in the Beauvais Ludus Danieli.
Bielitz teamed with Russ Dively, education consultant for the software company Ellucian.
Laura Bielitz has been named to the position of engineering manager.
Fannie Bloomfield-Zeisler, a child prodigy whose desire for a career as a concern pianist helped her overcome health problems and lack of encouragement from parents, doctors, and teachers, was born in 1863 in Bielitz, Silesia, and moved with her parents to the United States in 1867.
Abu Ahmad Yahya 'bn Ali 'bn al-Munaggim; von Mathias Bielitz.