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Zelek

(zē`lĕk), in the Bible, one of David's guard.
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(16.) Pamoukdjian F, Paillaud E, Zelek L, Laurent M, Levy V, Landre T, Sebbane G.
When Ted Zelek, Braden Sutphin's CEO, retired in 1988, the company reached out to Leitch to join as controller.
(9.) Zelek L, Llombart-Cussac A, Terrier P, Pivot X, Guinebretiere JM, Le Pechoux C, et al.
This stage ends with the emergence of the leadership crisis, which is related to the loss of management control over the growing volume of business and the size of the organisation (Greiner, 1972; Machaczka & Machaczka, 2011; Zelek, 2003).
Zelek [53] treats analogous representations of harmonic functions as Markov chains and combines them with resistor networks to develop a novel method to handle the dynamic path planning problem.
More than 70 people attended the reception, where Salvador Juncadella, the group's chair, and Morgan Lewis Miami Managing Partner Mark Zelek presented a check for $5,000 to the University of Miami School of Law's associate dean, Patrick Gudridge, to benefit the Rafael Benitez Scholarship Fund, which aids graduates of foreign law schools pursuing their international and foreign LL.M.
(10) Jim Peterson was famed for having walked out on Bob Zelek in the Geneva Ministerial Meeting when Mr.
The main symptoms of the deteriorating financial situation of the company are: the decrease in sales and profit, decrease in liquidity (Ooghc and De Prijcker 2006, Koksal & Arditi 2004, Korol and Prusak 2005; Bednarski 2001; Argenti 1976; Sharma and Mahajan 1980), decline in market share (Crutzen and Van Caillie 2007; Zelek 2003), increase in operating costs (Ooghc and De Prijcker 2006, Koksal & Arditi 2004), high level of debt (Koksal & Arditi 2004, Korol and Prusak 2005; Argenti 1976), and large overcapacity (Ooghe and De Prijcker 2006; Zelek 2003; Bednarski 2001).
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 17, 2011-Cavitation Technologies Inc elects Todd Zelek as chief executive officer(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
To support their ability to move safely and purposefully, people who are visually impaired make use of several kinds of assistance, including sighted guides, white or long canes, and dog guides (Baldwin, 2003; Farmer & Smith, 1997; Zelek, Bromley, Asmar, & Thompson, 2003).