Fischer


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German chemist noted for his synthesis of hemin (1881-1945)

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German chemist noted for work on synthetic sugars and the purines (1852-1919)

United States chess master

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As one of the worldwide leaders in designing, manufacturing and distributing high performance connectors, Fischer monitors the fiber optic trends closely and adapts its connectors to the users' needs.
After guitarist/vocalist Fischer and bassist Martin Eric Ain reunited in 1999 and 2000 to work on reissues of the Celtic Frost catalog, they pondered the concept of making a new album, which began in 2001.
WHEN DR Gerhard Fischer heard he was receiving the 1997 Gandhi Peace Prize for his work with lepers in India, he had a warning for Indian Government officials.
Heinz-Joachim Fischer is the leading Vatican journalist and Rome correspondent for one of Germany's premiere daily newspapers.
And yet it was easy to forgive Fischer after the orchestra's sparkling reading of ``From Bohemia's Meadows and Forests'' and ``Sarka,'' its warrior princess conveyed with gripping frenzy.
Until then, the ministry's Immigration Bureau said it would not let Fischer leave since under Japanese immigration law Fischer must be deported to his country of national origin -- the United States.
4 (Repetitive Cycles) is the closest Fischer has yet come to a signature structure.
In mid-August, Japan turned down an asylum request from American-born chess champion Bobby Fischer, who faces extradition to the U.
Carl Fischer has entered into an agreement in principle to acquire Theodore Presser Company, subject to due diligence, where both companies will combine their strengths in the print and performance fields.
The problem is that code recommendations are not always followed," says John Fischer, a technology consultant with SEMCO of Columbia, Missouri, one of the nation's largest manufacturers of energy recovery systems.
Certainly gender studies academics have displayed a healthy fascination with women in male drag, most notably Judith Halberstam, whose The Drag King Book, with erotic photos by Del La-Grace Volcano (in which Fischer has a whole chapter), was featured in an episode of Sex and the City last season and is a bestseller in gay and lesbian bookstores.
Paul Butler of the Carnegie Institution, along with their colleagues including Debra Fischer of Berkeley, announced the finding this week.
Fischer, MD, a former First Vice-President of the American College of Surgeons, Chairman of the Department of Surgery, and Associate Dean of Community Affairs at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, suggests in his article, "Our health care system: Where are we going?
I believe that people will need to eat for a long time to come, and we can constantly improve what is essential to human progress," Fischer says.