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A type of terrazzo topping using small and large pieces of marble paving, usually with a standard terrazzo matrix between pieces.
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On February 18, 2005, Berliner (formally known as Novo Networks, Inc.
Major organization : BUNDESAMT FE[pounds sterling]R BAUWESEN UND RAUMORDNUNG, IN VERTRETUNG FE[pounds sterling]R DIE STIFTUNG BERLINER SCHLOSS HUMBOLDT FORUM
Berliner defines narrative perversity non-judgmentally, as a "counterproductive turn away from a narrative's linear course" (10); of course, the moral dimension of perversity remains in the reader's mind, adding an extra connotation to the argument.
Berliner will be responsible for corporate leadership initiatives; facilitating the company's corporate transaction work and optimizing the operating portfolio of the firm.
Despite the well-worn, overly familiar quality of some of the films up for discussion, Berliner is not making an easy appeal for their continued relevancy.
Daum highlights the symbolic politics surrounding the visit, the performance aspects of the trip, and the emotional outpouring provided by Berliners.
Berliner has significant experience in bankruptcy and restructuring matters involving the retail, manufacturing, distribution and service industries.
In Berlin, a jelly doughnut is not called a Berliner.
CONTACT: Rich Berliner, Chief Executive Officer of Berliner Communications, Inc.
Amrein and Berliner attributed these declines to too much time spent teaching to the state-required test and too little time on more substantive learning.
Most states have not looked at eminent domain for private use in decades," Berliner says.
David Montgomery, former chief of Britain's Mirror Group, and a partner are buying newspaper publisher Berliner Verlag, to become the first foreign owners of a German daily.

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