n.1.(Zool.) See Waggel.
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Furthermore, new software service delivery models, including software as a service (SaaS) and Web services, have brought even traditional data-rich enterprise applications, like human resource management, within the reach of the Web (Dubey & Wagel, 2007; Carraro & Chong, 2006).
A special award in the student category that year was granted to Rosalfa Wagel for "Glup," a product laid out in bathtubs that softens the contact of the tub on a person's skin.
It's great to see Senator Brownback here today, along with some great Republican candidates including Chuck Ahner, who is running for Congress in the third district -- (applause) -- and, of course, Jim Barnett and Susan Wagel, our candidates for governor and lieutenant governor.
Andrew Wagel, Internet services manager for the Washington-based Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology, maintains Web sites for about 30 energy-related organizations.
The booklet gives practical guidelines to follow in daily business conduct and lists mandatory sanctions that will result from failure to comply with the code of conduct," according to William Wagel in Personnel.