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dinges

(ˈdɪŋəs)
n
informal South African a jocular word for something whose name is unknown or forgotten; thingumabob
[from Afrikaans, from ding thing]
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We believe the combination of growth, free cash flow and corporate returns expected during this three-year period are not only best-in-class in the exploration and production sector, but are extremely competitive when compared to the broader equity market," emphasized Dinges.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 31, 2018-Medizone International names Jude Dinges to EVP
Solaire's German executive chef Michael Dinges has prepared a family-style menu that includes Bavarian favorites such as oven-fresh Laugen Pretzel, German potato salad, Munich-style sausage salad, Weisswurst and other German sausage specialties, pork knuckles, Spaetzle and Classic apple and walnut strudel, etc.
Sebastian Dinges, 33, the director of operations for Cheeky, a company that makes mealtime products, started his first job after college in 2007.
Dinges added, "While our impatience with the regulatory pipeline approval process is very real, it has not impacted our focus on prudently managing this business for the long-term as evidenced by our results this quarter.
Edited by Martin Dinges, Kay Peter Jankrift, Sabine Schlegelmilch, and Michael Stolberg.
Design team: Ray Brower, vice president in charge, healthcare facility planning; Eric Dinges, project manager, architecture; Darren Vican, vice president In charge, telecommunications; LeNora Devine, project manager, healthcare equipment; Scott Chester, project manager, audio visual; Tony Howlett, vice president In charge, healthcare equipment
We really need to get seminary education up to speed, especially now that it is on the papal agenda," Dinges said, referring to Pope Francis' upcoming encyclical on the environment later this year.
Dinges, Cabot's chairman, president, and CEO, said, 'In addition to the number of new locations, this acreage will allow synergies in our operations on many fronts including infrastructure and facility utilization.
However, only one presentation dealt with the issue of shift and night work, a practice which is already well established in aviation at different levels and the effects of which have been associated with increased risks to safety (Graeber, Rosekind, Connell and Dinges, 1990; Samel, Wegmann, and Vejvoda, 1995; Caldwell, 2012).
darin nah, dass es das Sein des Dinges unabanderlich--in Stein
People's circadian clocks are particularly sensitive to light at night, so extra moonlight before the study might be the simplest explanation for differences during it, says David Dinges, a sleep researcher at the University of Pennsylvania.