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Lindemann

Frederick Alexander, 1st Viscount Cherwell. 1886--1957, British physicist, born in Germany; Churchill's scientific adviser during World War II
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Nineteen-year-old Lindemann is currently in the charts with Pretty Girl and Lucy Spraggan appeared on the X Factor in 2012.
Within pens, the growth data of each pig were pooled, calculated, and compared according to the procedures described by Lindemann and Kim (2007).
Lindemann says mobile EMR technology is no longer limited to facilities as more patients start using mobile health apps.
Biotechnology company Flex Pharma (NasdaqGM:FLKS) revealed on Wednesday that it has appointed Kathie Lindemann as its chief operating officer, reporting to its president, CEO and chair, Christoph Westphal MD, PhD.
With an insurance career that spans more than three decades, Lindemann has used his expertise to help strengthen CNA's top and bottom lines.
Lindemann possesses expertise in all aspects of corporate finance, strategic planning, private equity, corporate treasury and real estate investments.
Trumpeter Jens Lindemann assembled this all-star brass quintet and superlative supporting musicians during a summer residency at the Banff Centre.
Churchill called Lindemann "the Prof," and by 1932, Lindemann was considered a family friend.
Lindemann continued: "The White Sky iHouse follows the tradition of Buckminster Fuller and Oskar Niemeyer.
Lindemann (formerly Of Counsel at Seyfarth Shaw and co-author of Bloomberg BNAEs Age Discrimination in Employment Law and Workplace Harassment Law), Paul Grossman (Paul Hastings LLP, Los Angeles, CA), and C.
The last time Rammstein played in Worcester (June 5, 1999), lead singer Till Lindemann and keyboardist Christian Lorenz were arrested and fined for simulating a sex act while performing at The Palladium.
in Switzerland, led by Lothar Lindemann, and a group at the Picower Institute for Learning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, led by Mark Bear, used a newly developed mGlu5 inhibitor called CTEP to examine whether pharmacologic inhibition of mGlu5 could reverse FXS symptoms.