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vatter

(ˈvætə)
n
(Professions) a person who works with vats; a blender
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We are excited to be opening our first World Class Center for Passive Safety in North America," said Rob Vatter, CEO for North America.
From the viewpoint presented by Vatter (1947), known as fund theory, segregation is guided by specific purpose activities connected to creditors or owners.
Letzteres sei durch die unterschiedlichen Rollen der Mitglieder in den Fachgruppen oder der Vollversammlung bedingt (Alpiger und Vatter 2016).
Entre los factores politico-institucionales que contribuyen a la satisfaccion de los individuos con la vida se encuentran la democracia, el Estado de derecho, el nivel de corrupcion y la participacion politica (Frey & Stutzer, 2000; Veenhoven, 2000; Radcliff, 2001; Helliwell & Putnam, 2004; Hudson, 2006; Dorn et al, 2007; Pacek & Radcliff, 2008; Owen, Videras & Willemsen, 2008; Pacek, 2009; Bjornskov, Dreher & Fischer, 2010; Alvarez-Diaz, Gonzalez & Radcliff, 2010; Barker & Martin, 2011; Flavin & Keane, 2012; Frey, 2011; Stadelmann-Steffen & Vatter, 2012; Rode, 2013; Lorenzini, 2015).
1) Darumb ist das Vatter Therefore is the Father denn Gott selb/ auss seiner but God self/ out.
Indeed, political theorist Miguel Vatter points out that although Rawls in his Theory of Justice equates his second principle of justice with fraternity, later Rawls went on to throw out this possibility, realizing the obstacles that such an international order would entail.
35r Junius unintentionally anglicised a word where he began to write Watt before realising that the Scots word Vatter, 'water' started with a V.
Schuss P, Vatter H,Oszvald A, Marquardt G, Imohl L, Seifert V, et al.
The discharge time-out process was modeled after the operative timeout process used to ensure patient safety prior to a surgical procedure (Oszvald, Vatter, Byhahn, Seifert, & Guresir, 2012).