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Bachman

A proposed a style of Entity-Relationship model which differs from Chen's.
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Bachman, a consultant in family medicine and professor of primary care at the Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minn.
Dallas, TX-based Bachman AFV, a "premier provider of natural gas and propane vehicle conversions," recently announced it has received a contract from the city of Dallas to convert 175 Ford Crown Victoria police cars to operate using compressed natural gas (CNG).
If this means more employees will take advantage of the service, it will please Natalie Bachman, assistant director of benefits for Principal Financial Group.
Having organized King's vast body of stories and novels (including those written under his Richard Bachman pseudonym) into several thematic groupings, the authors proceed to summarize and analyze each work, including a discussion of the main characters and a critical commentary on film and television adaptations.
In a review of the forty year development of proficiency testing, it is important to note that the purpose of language rating has come full circle from its initial creation by the Foreign Service Institute where a language proficiency score played a key role in job selection, promotion, and job security (Hart-Gonzales, 1994; Douglas & Selinker, 1992; Bachman, 1991; Davies, 1990).
Bachman of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Wen Bachman recalls with a chuckle watching a co-worker chase flyball after flyball during a softball team practice in 1983.
But Michigan State couldn't handle a balanced UCLA attack led by Kristee Porter (38 kills), Ashley Bowles (25) and Elisabeth Bachman (21).
Unlike previous research (cited in Bachman [1]), he contrasts the empirical power of alternative hypotheses within a unified methodology.
Law is the only learned profession in which one is ethically obligated to hurt people," asserts Walt Bachman in Law u Life: What Lawyers Are Afraid to Say About the Legal Profession, a new book structured around nine such aphorisms about lawyers, their clients, and the system within which they work.
At the Multidisciplinary Pain Center, these patients often are treated by psychologist Jan Bachman, Ph.