0,070 Rank DMU del perfil de eficiencia financiero 2 Score 1 Syver
In 1914, Syver
Loe of Minneapolis (and the Loe Multiplex Voting Machine Company) received a patent for his "Office-Vote-Restricting Mechanism for Voting Machines." He claimed that his invention provided a "simple and efficient mechanism for use in connection with a complete voting machine, whereby mechanism ordinarily adapted for use by the regular voters, to wit: men, may be adapted for use ...
Ann Coll and Edel Syver
await their turn to meet their musical hero.
4, 1907, in Hillsboro, N.D., to Syver
and Anna Lonberg.
At 0430, seven people went ashore: expedition leader Gunnar Horn, ship's captain Peder Eliassen, botanist Olaf Hanssen, zoologist Adolf Sorensen, Bjarne Ekornaasvaag, and the two trappers Lars Tusvik and Syver