Johann Eck

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Noun1.Johann Eck - a German Roman Catholic theologian who was an indefatigable opponent of Martin Luther (1486-1543)
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The Katz-owned content we broadcast on our stations have proven valuable to our viewers and advertisers, and demonstrates an efficient use of our broadcast spectrum," said Univision Chief Local Media Officer John Eck.
Todays certification programs have to evolve to keep up with the rapid-fire pace of technological innovation in the auto industry, especially in areas like safety systems, said John Eck, collision manager, GM Customer Care and Aftersales.
John Eck, MD in Piscataway, NJ since 1988, affordablehealthinc.
One finds a quite different Luther in his many letters of spiritual comfort, for example, than in his polemical exchanges with John Eck or Jerome Emser.
Ads will be an important aspect of the launch," says NBC Networks prexy John Eck, who's also an executive committee member of the video coalition.
Wireless TV could be a killer app," says John Eck, president of the NBC TV Network, especially for local news.
We're expecting big things out of Doug," says John Eck, president of NBC TV Network and Media Works.
The text is replete with commentaries and excerpts by community policing experts and other policing authorities, including Herman Goldstein, John Eck, and William Spellman, along with the U.
Dealing with John Tetzel or John Eck was one thing, but being targeted by the papal palace theologian was another.
According to the criminologists, John Eck and William Spelman, three things need to be present for a crime to occur: a potential victim, a potential offender, and an opportunity.
Associate Professor John Eck of the University of Cincinnati spoke of the difficulty in attributing the crime drop to changes in policing practices.
John Eck, president of NBC's broadcast operations hailed Crown Castle "as a key player in the consolidation of telecommunications infrastructure that will ultimately integrate broadcast and e-business activities.