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weid

(wiːd)
n
a sudden illness
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Chief among the clerks' new responsibilities was drafting memoranda on the petitions for certiorari--usually called "cert petitions" or simply "certs"--in which parties asked the Court to hear their case (Ward & Weiden, p.
Banauch GI, Alleyne D, Sanchez R, Olender K, Cohen HW, Weiden M, et al.
Gallus will incorporate the folding carton business in a separate business unit based in Weiden, Germany.
Birmingham City lost thefirst of their two matches at Weiden's Wasserwerk Stadium against German Second Division side FC Erzgebirge, the only goal of the 50-minute game coming thanks to a mistake by keeper Nico Vaesen.
As for publicity, Lanker said UO alum Dan Weiden of Weiden & Kennedy Advertising in Portland has approached several magazines that Kesey often wrote for, including Rolling Stone and Esquire, hoping to run advertisements for the posters.
Talks between Reliance and the insurance department have continued for several months regarding the runoff and the restructuring, Weiden said.
Weiden + Kennedy of Portland, OR, have developed a new advertising campaign for Henry Weinhard's.
DSM Compounds, with annual sales of around Euro 50-mil, has production sites and sales offices at Turate in Italy, Eastwood in the UK, Granollers in Spain, Weiden in Germany and Saint Symphorien d'Ozon in Spain.
(Eastwood), Spain (Granollers), Germany (Weiden) and France (Saint Symphorien d'Ozon).
It has been speculated that the generally reduced side effect profiles for atypicals may lead to greater satisfaction with medications (Zygmunt, Emmanuel, Weiden, & Nathan, 1997) and therefore greater medication compliance.
Wilhelmus van der Weiden, delivered what soon became one of the most talked about interventions.