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Beckmann

1. Ernst Otto . 1853--1923, German chemist: devised the Beckmann thermometer, used for measuring small temperature changes in liquids
2. Max . 1884--1950, German expressionist painter
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Matthew Beckmann of the University of California at Irvine provides an interesting empirical analysis of presidential leadership in lawmaking for the period from the Eisenhower through the Bush II administrations.
In December, the city of Osceola approved a $2 million bond for Beckmann Volmer to construct its initial, 60,000-SF manufacturing facility.
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David Beckmann has successfully navigated the worlds of idealism and concrete action.
The Beckmann derivation assumes with Maxwell and those following thereafter that the magnetic and Faraday fields are part of the electron makeup.
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Laura Unsworth, from Dr Beckmann, said: "This phenomenon has long been an affliction of regular washers and these research findings will surely resonate with everybody who has pulled a single sock out of the washer drum.
Beckmann Converting has continued that business model, but has also stretched the limits of laminating technology, especially ultrasonics," said Scott Ayers, vice president of sales and marketing Beckmann Converting.
Education civil servant Mr Beckmann, 50, said: "We were moving to Anglesey from the south of England and we were house hunting.
Beckmann would continue to focus on the global industrial group's corporate banking duties, and also attend to the global automotive business.
PCSO Iona Beckmann said the man, between 20-30 years of age, told the resident that he wanted to discuss home security, put his foot in the door and asked for a cup of tea.
The World Food Prize Foundation announces David Beckmann and Jo Luck as co-winners of the 2010 World Food Prize.