Erhard


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Erhard

(German ˈeːrhart)
n
(Biography) Ludwig (ˈluːtvɪç). 1897–1977, German statesman: chief architect of the Wirtschaftswunder ("economic miracle") of West Germany's recovery after World War II; chancellor (1963–66)
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Erhard Schipporeit, who have served as shareholder representatives for twelve years, will leave the Supervisory Board at the close of the Annual General Meeting.
The recommendation stems from an Office of Lawyer Regulation complaint filed last year charging Michael Erhard with committing 11 counts of misconduct, most of them violations of trust-accounting rules, while he was a member and owner of the Madison-based law firm Erhard and Payette.
Brussels: Member of the Executive Board of the ECB Peter Praet addressed the Ludwig Erhard Lecture, organised by the Lisbon Council.
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Company engineering head, Erhard Mossle, earlier confirmed that the hybrid 911 was under development, though he warned that 'a lot of things need to be solved' before the electrified model can be put on the market.
The Monk's Haggadah: A Fifteenth-Century Illuminated Codex from the Monastery of Tegernsee with a Prologue by Friar Erhard Von Pappenheim.
The session was also attended by former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema, and the Coordinator of the Southeast European Cooperative Initiative (SECI) and Special Coordinator of the former Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe, Erhard Busek.
The then Minister of Economic Affairs of West Germany was Ludwig Erhard who became the Prime Minister of the country 2 years later.
The ceremony was attended by the German Embassy's Director of Foreign Relations Hanan Abdel-Rida, head representative of the German Red Cross Erhard Bauer, head of the Lebanese Red Cross Suzanne Oweis and head of Lebanese Red Cross Operations George Kittaneh.
BORN TAMMY Wynette, W US singer, 1942, above RICHARD E Grant, actor, 1957 BILLWard, Ward, W UK rock rock drummer, 1948 DIED NAPOLEON, French Emperor, 1821, above MIKHAIL Botvinnik, chess champion, 1995 LUDWIG Erhard, economist, 1977
Clinician Erhard Schulte, known worldwide as an author, editor, and hippology historian, has for many years held honorary positions in Germany's Trakehner Verband.
Doyle of West Hartford, CT; her son-in-law, Daniel Doyle; her grandchildren Daniel, Margaret, Matthew and Julia Doyle, Caroline and her husband John Erhard, Andrew Doyle and his wife Betsy and her great grandchild, Charles Doyle, along with several nieces, nephews, and in-laws.