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Schweitzer

Albert. 1875--1965, Franco-German medical missionary, philosopher, theologian, and organist, born in Alsace. He took up medicine in 1905 and devoted most of his life after 1913 to a medical mission at Lambaréné, Gabon: Nobel peace prize 1952
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Schweitzer has more than 25 years of experience in the medical device industry, including 10 years in various senior executive positions at Medtronic, which he joined in 2004.
Schweitzer identifies discrepancies in the transcriptions and interpretations published by previous Western researchers of bata drumming, noting that "The authors' conceptual approaches predictably diverge, creating very distinct pictures of the structural system of the same music.
Marxsen brings a long overdue recognition to the life and contributions Helene Schweitzer-Bresslau's were formerly overshadowed by her famous husband, Albert Schweitzer.
Mark Higgins' death was big news at the time, with the prominence of the family (in Massachusetts and New York) and the Albert Schweitzer connection.
This is a hugely valuable work for the field of theatre and performance studies, not least because the masculine disgust at the consumerist frivolities of the young matinee girls that Schweitzer invokes at the beginning of this book, has been so influential on how theatre scholarship has often approached the question of costume and fashion.
Schweitzer thinks that the soft, pliable tissue could survive for millions of years because of the presence of iron in the dinosaur's body.
Joining approximately 220 other Albert Schweitzer Fellows working at 13 program sites, 12 in the U.
Schweitzer was one of four new directors elected to the Stillwater board at the company's annual general meeting of shareholders on May 2.
Schweitzer started playing the organ when he was five, and soon went on to give public performances in churches.
Schweitzer, who believed the image was meant to be public, shared the photo with her 40,000 followers on Wednesday.
Sandpoint is about 8o mites northeast of Spokane International Airport, and Schweitzer is 12 miles from town.
Using techniques including microscopy, histochemistry and mass spectrometry, Schweitzer demonstrates that these cellular structures react to specific antibodies, including one -- a protein known as PHEX -- that is found in the osteocytes of living birds.