Fennig

Fennig

A subdivision of the Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark. One fennig is worth 1/100 of one convertible mark.
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Mike Martin earned two titles, taking B doubles (83 targets) by 13 over Bryon Fennig and capturing the short handicap title (92 targets) by one over Cathy Brandner.
Mlabri, also known as Luang, Ma Ku, Mabri, Mia, Mrabri, Phi Thong (Luang), Yellow Leaf and Yumbri, a group of about 154 persons in Thailand and Laos (130 in Thailand) as of 2007, speaking a North Mon-Khmer language within the Austroasiatic language family (Lewis, Simons and Fennig 2015).
Like most other industries, the CPG industry is experiencing the signs of digital disruption," says Elise Fennig, vice president of industry affairs at GMA.
An emerging presence within GMA, the capable and talented Fennig spearheaded CPG manufacturer adoption of the Rapid Recall Exchange tool to ensure effective and efficient product recall practices.
So when a caution with 77 laps remaining sent most of the field to pit road, Edwards' crew chief, Jimmy Fennig, made the call to leave his driver on the track.
Naisberg-Fennig, Fennig, Keinan, and Elizur (1991) found that neither gender nor years of experience was associated with burnout among psychiatrists.
A fin de tomar en cuenta la importancia relativa de los distintos grupos idiomaticos, incluimos tambien ejemplos de las principales familias de idiomas que aparecen en fuentes tales como Lewis, Simons y Fennig (2013).
As regards the pairs of singers, the performances of Patrick Fennig (countertenor) and Daniel Neer (tenor) were truly dazzling.
El estudio de Fennig y colaboradores, en 1995 (11), muestra que en 25 pacientes, de un total de 278 estudiados, el diagnostico no resulto ser tan claro y el abuso de sustancias fue el diagnostico diferencial mas frecuente.
Investment of time, energy and work has also been shown to play a factor in client satisfaction (Barton, Folaron, Busch, & Hostetter, 2006; Clair-Bolich, 2005; Roe, Dekel, Harel,Fennig, & Fennig, 2006; Strug, et al.