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(Biography) Hans. 1880–1966, US painter, born in Germany: a pioneer of the abstract expressionist style
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1. August Wilhelm von, 1818–92, German chemist.
2. Hans, 1880–1966, U.S. painter, born in Germany.
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Hofmann recorded the first inside-the-park homer in PK Park's four seasons.
"For Germany, historical themes will continue to remain in focus in the next few years," says Teamworx topper Nico Hofmann. "We achieve the highest ratings with them."
When Michael Hofmann's brilliant, splenetic demolition of long-dead Austrian mediocrity Stefan Zweig appeared in the London Review of Books in 2010, it was met with a wave of befuddled indignation: Whence, demanded outraged Zweig admirers (!!), this animus?
But the people best able to resist eating sweets, going out with friends before finishing work or other temptations find ways to steer clear of such enticements altogether, so that they rarely have to resort to self-control, psychologist Wilhelm Hofmann of the University of Chicago reported January 28.
In recent articles and book chapters, some critics have argued that ACT offers relatively minor variations compared with traditional CBT that may not warrant the widespread clinical and research attention that the treatment has been receiving (Corrigan, 2001; Hofmann, 2008a; Hofmann & Asmundson, 2008; Leahy, 2008; Ost, 2008; Velten, 2007).
29 September 2011 - Mieschke Hofmann und Partner (MHP) has established a subsidiary in the USA, MHP's CEO Ralf Hofmann said in an interview with German specialised car magazine Automobilwoche published today.
Drawing together 62 ethics columns in Healthcare Executive magazine by healthcare executives, ethicists, scholars, educators, and consultants from the US, Nelson (community and family medicine, Dartmouth Medical School, and public administration, New York U.) and Hofmann, who has directed hospitals and is associated with a healthcare group, offer advice for healthcare managers and executives on topics relating to personal and organizational ethics decisions.
It was first observed by Sigurd Hofmann, a scientist at the Center for Heavy Ion Research, or GSI, in Darmstadt, Germany.
Susanne Hofmann has succeeded Manfred Sassen as executive director of the Deutsche Tiefkuhlinstitut (dti) in Cologne, Germany Sassen retired at the end of 2009, after 33 years of service.
The Ambassador to the Court of St James, Georg Boomgaarden, met plant director Mathias Hofmann and toured the production facility near Coleshill, which produces four-cylinder petrol engines for both BMWand theMINI.
RAPID VIENNA carry a definite goal threat to Celtic Park tonight with Steffen Hofmann the pick of their attacking weapons.
RAPID VIENNA skipper Stefan Hofmann insists the pressure is all on Celtic when they clash on Thursday night after the Hoops' shock defeat to Hapoel Tel Aviv.