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Ernst

Max . 1891--1976, German painter, resident in France and the US, a prominent exponent of Dada and surrealism: developed the technique of collage
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As the first Luxembourgish retailer to integrate Yapital's cross-channel payment solution in every store, ERNSTER - l'esprit livre is pioneering new ways to enhance their customers' shopping experience.
Kerlikowske K, Molinaro A, Cha I, Ljung BM, Ernster VL, Stewart K, et al.
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Ernster was in-line skating on the bike path on Oak Patch Road, just south of West 11th Avenue, when she collided with a Buick LeSabr, driven by Elaine Fallert, Olshanski said.
NYSE: GES) announced today the appointment of Sharleen Ernster Lazear as Chief Design Officer, overseeing all product categories for the GUESS brands, and reporting to Paul Marciano, CEO of GUESS?
In another study, Ernster et al [6] found that the increased risk of wrinkling was equivalent to approximately 1.
Ernster, a professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California School of Medicine in San Francisco.
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The Diet and Fitness channel also features free fitness videos from celebrity trainer Adam Ernster - who trains dozens of Hollywood stars such as Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, actress Jamie Lee Curtis, actor Ben Affleck and more.
Ernster, PhD Professor and Vice Chair of Epidemiology and Biostatistics Associate Director for Epidemiology, Prevention and Control, UCSF Cancer Center NOVEMBER 3, 1999 7:00 - 8:00 PM: The Respiratory System "How We Breathe and the Breathlessness of Asthma" Homer A.
DCIS lesions usually can't be felt during a breast exam but often can be detected by a mammogram, and the striking increase in DCIS parallels the widespread adoption of mammography," said study leader Virginia Ernster, PhD, UCSF professor and vice-chair of biostatistics and epidemiology.