Wiesen

Wiesen

[′vēz·ən]
(ecology)
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An experienced VC and two-time founder, Wiesen joins Bullpen with a track record of successful investments including Braintree, Makerbot, TapCommerce and Venmo
Address : In den sauren Wiesen 1; Wernigerode OT Silstedt
In: Restorative Commons: Creating Health and WellBeing Through Urban Landscapes (Campell L, Wiesen A, eds).
Anzeiger fur offene Wiesen, Ruderalflora und Waldrodung zeichnen sich dort deutlich ab.
JoRG LENZLINGER and GERDA STEINER: Wiesen, Wesen, and Landeplatze November 28--January 3, 2015 Artists' Books II
His last performance came Saturday at the Lovely Days Festival in Wiesen, Austria.
Laura Byham-Gray, PhD, RD; Jean Stover, RD, LDN; and Karen Wiesen, MS, RD, LD, editors
Und die Hamannschen Pamflets selbst, wie bekannt, wiesen nicht wenig verkehrte und sarkastische Zuge auf, von welchen der junge Herder sich ein paar Gedanken machen musste.
Caitlin Wiesen, Country Director, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), underlined UNDP support to the ECI-Civil Society collaboration, while describing it as a unique achievement and a global model.
Crass JR, Cohen AM, Motta AO, Tomashefski JF Jr, Wiesen EJ.
In one study, 87% of kindergarteners, 90% of second graders, 97% of fifth graders, and 88% of eighth graders responded that they could change to get smarter (Kurtz-Costes, McCall, Kinlaw, Wiesen, & Joyner, 2005), indicating that most of them held a changeable view of intelligence.
The stuttering romance with Roberts carouses us between smiles and tears, and crucially, Wiesen draws together the narrative threads without resorting too readily to hoary cliches and sickly sentiment.