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Werner

1. Abraham Gottlieb . 1749--1817, German geologist. He emphasized the importance of field and laboratory observation for understanding the earth
2. Alfred . 1866--1919, Swiss chemist, born in Germany. He developed a coordination theory of the valency of inorganic complexes: Nobel prize for chemistry 1913
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The hearing panel also ordered Werner on Thursday to pay more than $155,000 in restitution to the widow, fined him $80,000 and ordered disgorgement of more than $10,000 representing commissions received for recommending the purchase of an unsuitable variable annuity.
3, Werner announced the largest owner operator per mile increase in company history that equates to a total of USD10,000 in increased annual payments for all 48-state solo Van owner operators, which impacts approximately one third of Werner's owner operator fleet.
Should any such change occur, Werner may update the information by giving notice on its website or through other methods of public disclosure.
Werner, headquartered in Greenville, Pennsylvania, has manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe and Asia, specializing in stepladders, scaffolding, extensions, multi-ladders, stepstools, attic/loft ladders, mobile towers, and ramp and truck racks.
The so-called Bermuda Triangle of the Werner gallery, Walther Konig's bookstore, and the Broadway Cafe formed a kind of center, says Capitain, who worked for Hetzler before opening her own highly influential gallery.
12 to 15 male: Tom Werner, Giovanni Guzman and Jason Hancock.
Werner opens with Mahalia Jackson in 1963 and closes with Wu-Tang Clan in the 1990s, with literally hundreds of stops on the way.
That is important for evolutionary studies," says Reinhard Werner of Geomar in Kiel, Germany, whose team reported the discovery this month in GEOLOGY.
Carsey eventually left her high network position in 1980 to form her own production company, which became Carsey-Werner Productions one year later when Werner jumped ship to get on board with his former colleague.
Some small businesses circled the drain in the 1980s recession, but the specter of spiraling into oblivion gave Carolyn and Ken Werner of Werner Works, Inc.
CASTAIC - With senior Troy Werner winning yet again and junior Alysia Johnson shaking off a case of dead leg at the starting line, Canyon High was able to sweep both the boys' and girls' team titles at the Foothill League finals Thursday for the fifth year in a row.
This is why it was such a profoundly satisfying pleasure to read a new book by Craig Werner entitled A Change is Gonna Come: Music, Race and the Soul of America.