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Fuchs

A slang term for a 50-deutschemark banknote that circulated in Germany prior to the adoption of the euro.
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With a total area of 55,000 m-2, the new OPET FUCHS plant will produce a large number of different products, including motor oils, industrial lubricants and specialty products.
Fuchs was chief information officer in the international division of Travelers before that.
Russell Kenyon, automotive director at FUCHS, said: "The UK operation of FUCHS has been very, very successful within the wider organisation for about 20 years.
Effective 15 November 2018, ViewRay has agreed to grant Fuchs a total of 175,000 stock options as an inducement material to entering into employment under Nasdaq Listing Rule 5635(c)(4).
Fighting in the war left Fuchs with nightmares, and he rarely spoke about his experience with his family, though he did hang a photograph in his home of himself leading the iconic service.
f) Chapter 6 presents the results of Fuchs's production study, with sections on vocalic and consonantal durations, syllable durations, sonority, voicing, fundamental frequency, intensity, loudness, speech rate, and word initial glottal stop insertion before vowels.
Fuchs noted that 60 percent of the 122 markets Boxwood tracks generated first-half sales that exceeded their volume from the same six months of last year.
The conclusion Fuchs arrives at, and reiterates throughout each chapter, is that the Internet is heavily commodified, dominated by corporate interests and functions by exploiting its users.
Con respecto a la dialectica, los EMCM parten de la idea que "Lo negativo constituye el genuino momento dialectico" (Fuchs, 2003, p.
German Soprano Felicitas Fuchs and soloists from the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra are some of the performers at an anniversary gala to celebrate two landmarks: 20 years of the Dubai Concert Committee (DCC) and 15 years of Morozov's Quartet.
This book collects historical color and b&w photos of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1957-58, led by Vivian Fuchs. The photos, most previously unpublished, were taken by expedition member George Lowe; there are also photos from the Fuchs family collection.
Following the terror attacks in Paris, German politician and Merkel ally Michael Fuchs urges France to examine the causes of Islamist violence on this week's Conflict Zone with Tim Sebastian.