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schimmel

(ˈʃɪməl)
n
(Animals) South African a roan-coloured horse
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Cancer on $5 A Day (Chemo Not Included): How Humor Got Me Through the Toughest Journey of My Life by Robert Schimmel with Alan Eisenstock Da Capo Press, 11 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA 02141
Schimmel joined the regional commercial litigation practice group and practices in the areas of construction and complex commercial litigation.
Dale Schimmel is taking a year off from his job as a head hunter to concentrate on his creation -- the Dibbler, a hard plastic caddy designed to carry up to four standard-sized golf clubs.
Schimmel is based in New York and reports to Michael Dene, president of SLI Lighting, parent company of Alsy, based in Ellwood City, Pa.
Schimmel then tackles that most elusive of all onomastic elements, the laqab or nickname.
We are extremely pleased to have the Governor attend the introduction of this leading advance in applied health care robotics clearly demonstrating the Governor's and the State's commitment to improving the quality of health care, the vitality of the state's commitment to innovative businesses and a keen awareness of technology in the rapidly growing sector of advanced robotics," said Lauryn Schimmel, managing director, ChartaCloud.
Schimmel and Jacobs (school counseling master's program and counseling, counseling psychology, and rehabilitation master's program, West Virginia U.
Alchemy said that both Schimmel and Nanmann had acquired the rights to purchase the top portion of the property, and then worked with Alchemy and its institutional partner to transfer a majority of their position.
First-year coach Paul Westhead and his staff are still after Portland scoring sensation Shoni Schimmel, the state player of the year and the top unsigned recruit left in the country.
The remarkable exhibition "Robert Rauschenberg: Combines," organized by Paul Schimmel of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and currently on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and its catalogue offer divergent answers: The first major work in the book is Untitled, 1954, a "Red Painting" that is absent at the Met, where instead it is Minutiae that greets visitors.