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WEISWorkshop on the Economics of Information Security
WEISWorld Event Interaction Survey
WEISWork Environment Impact Scale (occupational therapy)
WEISWorld Economic Information Services (Tokyo, Japan)
WEISWorkforce Executive Information System (Department of Health; UK)
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Weis Markets now operates 204 stores in seven states, including Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, New York, New Jersey, Delaware and West Virginia.
Weis said he decided recently to tell CEO Tom Glaser, who replaced Simone when he resigned for health reasons, that he wanted to step aside.
It is only as Weis unpacks the factors leading Merton to such a conclusion that the reader comes to understand how fully Merton's own life was foregrounded and formed for such a moment as this pivotal letter pronounces.
But the story Weis recounts is ultimately one of spiritual development and of pain transformed through the redeeming power of love.
With the appointment of Weis, some Chicago community leaders are unsure if a white superintendent will be able to restore minorities' trust in the police department.
WEIS: First of all, you can't get too revved up listening to what anybody else says.
Changes in the recycling markets can also dictate when to consider an upgrade, says Weis. He says new versions of the RECY software used at Wimco Metals incorporate tracking containers and making bills for overseas shipments--issues that have become more important as more companies eye lucrative opportunities overseas.
An interview with Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman ends the collection with a discussion of the past history of the series and of the future that they foresee for the DragonLance world.
Renewed investigations, spurred in part by newspaper reports about health problems among Libby residents, have "changed our perspective on that completely," says Weis. Libby residents, he says, "have clearly been exposed to high concentrations of asbestos and [consequently] are at higher risk for both noncancer and cancer-related disease."
Meanwhile, James Weis, owner of the popular nine-room Inn on the Blue Horizon, is bidding on 100 acres to build two or three boutique hotels.