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German anatomist (1829-1905)

German physicist (1882-1974)

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Meisner, meanwhile, is scheduled to return to court on Jan.
Quantopian is building its legal and compliance infrastructure in anticipation of managing money for external investors," Meisner told InsideCounsel as to why it needed to create the post.
She had called police to the house in Studio City, California, on Sunday claiming 69-year-old Meisner was waving a BB gun around and "acting erratically".
They were joined on stage by guitarist Joe Walsh, who replaced Leadon in the mid-1970s, and bassist Timothy B Schmit, who stepped in after Meisner quit in 1977.
Meisner was the Regional Manager of Pacific Office Automation.
In comments that were widely condemned, the 80-year-old Meisner last month told members of the conservative Neocatechumenal Way Catholic group: "Each of your families is easily worth three Muslim families for me.
A week later, the Associated Press reported that Cardinal Meisner was "deeply ashamed by this incident because it goes against our Christian mission" of treatment at Catholic hospitals.
Cardinal Joachim Meisner of Cologne, Germany, visited the former pope in April.
In February 1972, Glenn, Don, Bernie Leadon and Randy Meisner recorded their debut album in England.
They composed Glen Frey from Detroit, Randy Meisner from Nebraska, Bernie Leadon from Minneapolis and Texan Don Henley.
London, May 10 ( ANI ): Pope Emeritus Benedict's deteriorating health has alrmed the Archbishop of Cologne, Joachim Meisner, who thinks the Pope has shrunk in size.
Cardinal Meisner apologized, saying it was shameful that a Catholic hospital had refused to treat a victim of rape.
Salem Friends volunteer Lora Meisner said she tried to contact Chemeketa officials about formally introducing a feral cat management program, but never heard back.
Early on, Sanford Meisner and Stella Adler had a falling-out with Lee Strasberg, and the three of them went their separate ways as teachers.
Glen Frey, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon and Randy Meisner were backup players for Linda Ronstadt in 1971 when they decided to form their own group.