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DOLFDiocesan Office for Laity Formation (Canada)
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Dolf van den Brink, Heineken USA CEO, says Teles "brings incredible passion, creativity and drive to his work, and he is exactly the right leader to take our portfolio of upscale badge brands into the next phase of our growth journey."
Teles will join the company's management team and will report to chief executive officer Dolf van den Brink.
To reach the goal of doubling the share of renewable energy by 2030, additional efforts are needed, particularly in the building, industry and transport sectors," Dolf Gielen, Director of IRENA's Innovation and Technology Centre in Bonn, Germany said.
It was decided during the meeting of Dolf J.Martin Saravia ambassador of Argentina with Federal Minister for Science and Technology Zahid Hamid,here.
They look at it from a big picture, 10,000 foot elevation," said Dolf deVos, commercial broker and property managers with IPMG, Inc., a Eugene-based real estate firm.
10-1 3K endam....................24-1 Owner MorganJC ahalan&A dolf Schneider Trainer Tom Hogan Jockey William Buick Breeder RolandH Alder Distances 11/2l,nk GORDON LORD BYRON justified the decision to supplement him for the Prix de la Foret with a clear-cut victory to give trainer Tom Hogan his first Group 1 success.
These links are discussed in several places in Dolf Goldsmith's great book, The Grand Old Lady of No Man's Land; see especially page 223.
As a graduate student, I still didn't know what I was interested in until I saw what Dolf Zillmann was doing.
Ambassador of Netherlands in Damascus Dolf Hogewoning said the council is an opportunity to work for increasing trade exchange with Netherlands which comes fifth among the European countries in trade volume with Syria.
Dolf van Niekerk se prosa- en radiowerk het hom talle toekennings besorg.
Constitutional patriotism, a concept developed by two German philosophers, Dolf Sternberger and Karl Jaspers, was intended to replace the nationalism that had been discredited in Germany by the country's Nazi past.
Two chapters prove especially engaging for readers already familiar with Baudelaire: Dolf Oehler's discussion of the poet's politics, which argues that the historical fractures of four different governmental regimes were as important in shaping his poetics as were the personal crises he suffered, and Ross Chambers' chapter on "Baudelaire's Paris" which reads his poetry in the light of the exponential growth of the modern metropolis and its effects on the consciousness of its inhabitants.