DINKEL


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DINKELDevelopment Institute for Knowledge Education and Learning (est. 1999 at University of Twente, The Netherlands)
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Dinkel, who recently installed Titan LED lighting in his store, says this type of new lighting is getting his customers' attention, while he's seeing savings at the same time.
Fashioning Switzerland' is built around two bequests to the Fitzwilliam Museum: one, in 1910, by the Master and Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge, of works by the Swiss watercolourist Markus Dinkel (1762-1832); and a later donation, by the Reverend Alfred Valentine-Richards of the Cambridge University Alpine Club, of a number of early views of Swiss mountain scenery.
Dinkel says that shows the gun's "elegant design" just can't be improved on.
It was really, really well hidden and we did not see it," recalled Dinkel.
Margaret O'Grady (nee Hepworth) is especially anxious to hear from anyone who knew her grandad, George Dinkel, who was born in Germany.
Emmes was represented in-house by Sarah Dinkel while the tenant was represented by Robert Silver of Newmark Knight Frank.
PRIZE WINNER - Angela Reynolds with daughter Katie, five, and Pauline Dinkel, road safety officer for Sunderland City Council; EXCELLENT RECORD - Coun James Blackburn puts safety first
Dinkel, corporate controller for privately held Koch, observes that there is more application of fair value accounting with the new standards that will require some companies to take a harder look at all the liabilities and assets they are acquiring to appropriately reflect their value on the balance sheet.
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