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The buyer was B&T Arkansas Hotels II LLC, a subsidiary of B&T Hospitality Management of Idaho Falls, which also owns the Marriott Courtyard Hotel one block east on Van Asche.
We also thank Hans Mejlon (UZIU) and Gunvi Lindberg (NHRS) for providing photographs of type specimens, and Thierry Bourgoin (MNHN) and Manfred Asche (ZMHB) for specimen loans, including the type specimen of A.
The researchers suggested that EMS providers had previously used documentation of irreversible death to forgo treatment in cases in which they expected a poor outcome and decided to withhold treatment (Grudzen, Asche & Koenig, 2010).
There is nothing inherently unsustainable with aquaculture as long as the producers choose to operate on a sustainable basis," added Professor Asche.
Asche reported that he has a significant financial relationship with Sanofi-Aventis U.
Asche soon embraced the pared-down lifestyle, enrolling in Kabbalah courses where he found himself within spitting distance of his pop idol (though the Kabbalah Center separates men and women during classes, Asche says Madonna always participates from the men's side).
Asche and Wilson (1989a) noted that taro planthoppers were identified in most previous reports as T.
When Oscar Asche imported Once Australia in 1913 it was with the objective of winning the Waterloo Cup with the September 1911 daughter of Yankee Doodle and Ena.
GUNTER SEUREN IS an author whose name is well known to readers of German novels, despite the fifteen-year break he took following the publication of Die Asche der Davidoff in 1985.
In their seminal study, Asche & Nerlove (1960) explored children's comprehension of descriptive "double function" terms such as "hard," "deep," and "bright.
Asche suggests a revolutionary discourse, inherited from Sankara, still pervades the official language of the Ouagadougou political elite and the analyses of western journalists.
Senators Mike Johanns and Ben Nelson and Congressman Adrian Smith were also among participants in the program with Ron Litzinger, CEO of EMG; Ron Asche, president and CEO of NPPD; and Mike Donahue, executive vice president of Midwest Wind.