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a very strong lager traditionally brewed in the fall and aged through the winter for consumption in the spring

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De Bock started at Lokeren and Brugge before moving to England, and has represented his country at junior levels.
Bock however says the victim had only arrived at her house a few minutes before the arrival of the police.
Thomas Bock joined the CLAAS Group in 2006 and has proved himself in management positions, including as Technology Manager at CLAAS Saulgau GmbH.
The forty-seven stories gather around the central narrative of Bock's parents, though the book also fast forwards to Bock's adult life and reverses to understand her grandparents.
As CEO, Bock led Country Financial's mergers of Cotton States Mutual Insurance Co.
Bock, in prepared remarks, said he is "extremely proud" to have kept COUNTRY Financial focused on "the customer and on the people who take care of them" in an age of rapid technological and disruptive change for the industry.
What Bock's program does is train the four "robots" to read the filed documents, retrieve the necessary information to fill out the necessary docket sheets and get the document into the case management system, and finally put it on the docket where it will be publicly available.
But these tiny insects are surprisingly sophisticated, Bock says.
Most recently, Bock has served as the central region division manager for Zee Water, where he solved wastewater issues in both North and South America.
According to the company, its board of directors will now initiate a process to find Marianne Rorslev Bock's successor as CFO.
In 2009, when their daughter was six months old, Bock's wife, Diana, was diagnosed with cancer.
The concepts described by Laszlo Bock, the visionary head of Google's innovative people operations, both help elevate the profession and are well-positioned to meet the talent challenges organizations will face based on the changing nature of work.
AMERICAN lawyer William Bock played a crucial role in stripping disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles.
Laszlo Bock, the man tasked with recruiting, hiring and nurturing Googles workforce, reveals the reasoning behind his approach to people management, which often runs counter to typical business norms.