v. t. & i.1.To shake; to totter.
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"Most employers with more than 500 employees are already using PBMs to manage some portion of their prescription drug benefits-even if it's just issuing prescription drug cards and managing copayments," Brandle says.
David Brandle of Lucent Technologies/Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J.
1986a), in the wood of peach trees (Taylor 1967), and in the rhizomes of the semi-aquatic [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 5 OMITTED] plant, Acorus calamus (Weber and Brandle 1994).
Ask computer technicians Bill Brandle and Phil Hess.
James Brandle and his coworkers at the University of Nebraska have looked at this aspect of forestry closely, and drawn estimates leading to the following conclusions:
'As the leading premium and integrated non-Chinese solar panel manufacturer, and with its reputation for operational excellence, REC is the ideal partner to continue the commercialization of Meyer Burger's high efficiency PV technologies,' comments Hans Brandle, CEO of Meyer Burger.
We expected the sap-sucking insect community associated with the agroforest shaded by an exotic species (rubber tree) to be less diverse compared to the habitats with native species (Brandle, Kuhn, Klotz, Belle, & Brandl, 2008) because of its close associations with the host plants (Brodbeck, Mizell III, French, Andersen, & Aldrich, 1990).
Brandle et al., "The cost-effectiveness of lifestyle modification or metformin in preventing type 2 diabetes in adults with impaired glucose tolerance," Annals of Internal Medicine, vol.
Wiggins has not abandoned the roads completely - the one-day Paris-Roubaix classic is on his list of targets for 2015, as is a tilt at the one-hour record currently held by Austrian Matthias Brandle.
The current mark of 51.852km was set by Austria's Matthias Brandle in October, but Dowsett could have to go much further as Australian pair Jack Bobridge and Rohan Dennis are to make their bids prior to the Briton.
| CYCLING: Austria's Matthias Brandle escaped to victory on stage five of the Tour of Britain in Exeter as Poland's Michal Kwiatkowski retained the race leader's yellow jersey.