Etzel


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Etzel

(ˈɛtsəl)
n
(European Myth & Legend) German legend a great king who, according to the Nibelungenlied, was the second husband of Kriemhild after the death of Siegfried: identified with Attila the Hun. Compare Atli
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I'm not in favor of new taxes, but we should certainly enforce the laws that we have," said Etzel.
I am extremely pleased to have Fred join our team," explains Ed Etzel, NetForce Global's CEO.
With immediate effect, Shirley succeeds Susan Etzel, who was appointed SVP of Finance and will remain a key member of the company's financial team.
The Oregon baseball team will try to complete a three-game season sweep of Portland when the Ducks visit Joe Etzel Field at 6 p.
6 million, Etzel says he sought "a perfect integration" of the vineyards with the building.
The biggest change that's come about is a new understanding of the complexity of (chemical) exposure and the need to look at multiple chemical exposures together to understand how they impact a child," Ruth Etzel, MD,
In 1946, after the UB discovered that Mundek was simultaneously supporting the Israeli underground Etzel in Palestine by sending them Jewish fighters, he was forced to flee Poland.
Edited by Etzel Carde[+ or -]a, John Palmer, and David Marcusson-Clavertz
The fictional CIA agent referred to an explosion at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem in 1946 that was carried out by the Irgun (known as Etzel in Israel) which was headed by Menachem Begin.
Since then the restaurant, now called Etzel Pini Ba'hatzer, has moved to the seaside between Jaffa and Tel Aviv.
Tom is survived by his loving wife of nearly 40 years, Mary Etzel Fleischer; a daughter, Dr.
The Gas and Power (G&P) recorded a 99% plunge in EBIT as a result of the impairment of the Etzel gas storage in Germany and that of the heat recovery power plant in Weitendorf, Austria.