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For example, at one point Batz tells us that her interviewees estimate that they give up on average 60 percent of their personal identities to their corporate employers.
Dozens of civilians suffered intoxication from tear gas, 34 were injured, and the initial death toll of four that was reported by the media rose to seven: Santos Nicolas Hernandez, Jesus Francisco Puac, Arturo Felix Fapon, Eusebio Jose Puac, Jesus Cano, Santos Nicolas Menchu, and Rafael Batz, all from the villages of Pasajoj, Chipuac, Vasquez, and Panquix.
On the left is Spatial Effect of Colours and Forms by Eugen Batz (1929-30).
According to a leading French historian, Charles de Batz de Castelmore d'Artagnan, who served Louis XIV as captain of the Musketeers of the Guard, was buried a few kilometres away at Saint Peter and Paul Church in Wolder, Holland.
At its best, sustainable design is about designing components that perform multiple functions and thereby add value to existing products or services," says team member Bob Batz.
To understand why members of the Society of Mary (male vowed religious) are involved in education, it is helpful to know the founding story and the vision of William Joseph Chaminade, Marie Therese de Lamourous, and Adele de Batz de Trenquelleon.
Lininger S, Gaby A, Austin S, Batz F, Yarnell E, Brown D, & Constantine G: 1999; A-Z Guide to Drug-Herb-Vitamin interactions; Health Notes/Three Rivers Press.
We want our youth to share in our similarities rather than fight over our differences,'' said Jim Batz, a youth leader with event sponsor Soka Gakkai International.
Its 16th-century church, Notre-Dame-de-Croas-Batz, has a spectacular belfry, and from the harbour you can take a boat trip to the beautiful Ile de Batz.
It has drawn up several new characters to join the Sanrio pantheon of Kitty, Batz Maru, Kero Kero and others, and is even considering, for the first time in company history, a magazine advertising campaign.
The Haida was the sister ship to HMCS Athabaskan, sunk by torpedoes from a U-boat while engaging two German Elbing-class destroyers, T24 and T27, off the French coast near the Isle de Batz on 29 April 1944.