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Merke

A Norwegian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 250 grams.
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The younger generation wants to be engaged, but it is no longer enough to mail them a meeting notice and expect them to show up," Merker says.
The ingenuity of the Merker organization was never adequate to the challenge of Allied strategic bombing, the downstream effects of which were felt at every point.
This work was supported by grants from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the National Cancer Institute, the Sloan-Kettering Institute's Experimental Therapeutics Center and Technology Development Fund, the Commonwealth Foundation for Cancer Research, the Tudor and Glades Foundations, the Merker Fund, the Lymphoma Foundation, and the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation.
Lance Merker, CEO at OmniUpdate, which provides a content-management system deployed by more than 500 colleges and universities, says apps are still valuable on their own and integrated into a mobile web strategy.
Simmons has spent months redesigning the Beautyrest Black line before launching it in the US to ensure that the line makes a definite statement -- both to retailers and consumers, according to Todd Merker, director of global licensing at Simmons.
Simmons Hospitality Bedding VP Steve Tipton and director of licensing Todd Merker flew in from the US to educate the audience on how the manufacturer was revolutionising the beds business as well as the hotel guest sleep experience.
Merker and Eckerdal videotaped 25 pairs of Swedish mothers and their infants playing together at home when the babies were 6, 9 and 12 months old.
Don, of course, was the editor of The Collected Poems, and almost all of his students read all or part of the exquisite, hand-set book my classmate Raeburn Miller and local printer extraordinaire Kim Merker had printed and which two years later I purchased in its trade edition by the University of Nebraska Press.
This training programme is part of the broader EU initiative that also envisages capacity building of Pakistani law enforcement agencies as well as strengthening of countrys criminal justice system and prevention, Micheal Merker, a senior counter terrorism expert in the Brussels-based EU Commission told TheNation.
Chahoud I, Krowke R, Schimmel A, Merker HJ, Neubert D, 1989.