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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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Whether entertaining in the grandstand or discussing business in a conference room, Formula 1 is our opportunity to leave a global impression," said Schweitzer, who has over 20 years of international experience.
Marxsen brings a long overdue recognition to the life and contributions Helene Schweitzer-Bresslau's were formerly overshadowed by her famous husband, Albert Schweitzer.
The PHEX finding is important because it helps to rule out sample contamination," Schweitzer says.
Founded in 1997, the Pittsburgh Schweitzer Fellows Program is one of 13 Schweitzer program sites across the U.
Schweitzer is neither, and considers LotR as it appears from the perspective of a professional writer and editor from the pulp dark-fantasy tradition, at which it holds up fairly well.
Schweitzer, the director of Eurasian programs at the Academies who has led an 8-year effort to increase collaboration between the two countries, was part of a delegation visiting Iran with the hopes of forging new opportunities for cooperation.
Schweitzer has also made numerous television appearances including "Nightline," "20/20," "48 Hours" and "The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Schweitzer was an accomplished pianist and organist and authored several books on Bach.
and accelerates the loss of important biological diversity," said Schweitzer of the biggest reason that Plenty's programs are bringing soy around the world.
But what's odd about the veneration of Schweitzer is that he is hardly the only example of Democratic success, even in states that supported Bush.
I have a long and stable relationship with Schweitzer," he said.