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Hering

(ˈheriŋ)
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(Biography) Ewald (ˈɛvalt). 1834–1918, German physiologist and experimental psychologist who studied vision and propounded the doctrine of nativism, the policy of favouring the natives of a country over the immigrants
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APHA member Frederick Hering, EdD, MSPH, a public health educator, died in February.
Gordon Hering, vice president, marketing and technology, has been elected an officer of the company by its Board of Directors.
Pal Steve Powers, 20, claimed Hering fell and injured his head, losing consciousness.
Wong has been named partner at Dunn Jeffries & Hering, and the firm has been renamed Dunn Jeffries Hering & Wong .
Hering of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Chip Hering, executive vice president of Ferrous Processing & Trading, a scrap recycler headquartered in Detroit, says that at the present time there really isn't much of a change in the purchasing dynamic for the steel industry.
For the last four years, Donna Hering has visited a nursing facility in her community.
Then in June, Advisor/Senior Editor Doris Hering was honored by and presented the senior critic's lecture at the 2002 Dance Critics' Association's conference in New York City.
I don't know where he is now but the owner of the guesthouse in Finkenbach, Frau Hering, is related to him.
Alan Ball, an energy consultant and chair of CCSE's board of directors, said Hering was selected after a nationwide search to succeed long-time CCSE executive director Irene M.
Drugs that have come into use in the last 5 years are improving success rates, Hering says.
MILWAUKEE -- Sensient Technologies Corporation (NYSE: SXT) has announced that Gordon Hering, Ph.