WIESS


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WIESSWorkshop on Industrial Experiences with Systems Software
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WEISS GUY Vladimir Wiess scored but Slovakia lost out
If quarterback Jimmy Clausen finally lives up to his billing, it could be a good year for beleaguered coach Charlie Wiess.
However, I suspect his future may lie elsewhere so other players Everton might look to bring in, possibly initially on loan, could include Chelsea pair Michael Mancienne and Scott Sinclair or City's Vladimir Wiess.
Attorney, Donald Wiess out of Chaddsford, Pennsylvania represented the buyer and attorney, Dennis McCarthy, from Davison & McCarthy out of Allentown, Pennsylvania represented the seller.
Kathleen Matthews, dean of the Wiess School of Natural Sciences at Rice and a principal investigator on the grant.
Conway Scholarship Fairmount Minerals--Dustin Wiess, Kettering Univ.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, for example, more than tripled its revenues to rocket up from well below the 100 spot to land at 36, due in large part to a bequest from Caroline Wiess Law.
They are old enough to understand the meaning of immigration, but they did not take part in the decision to immigrate (Wiess & Wissman, 1994).
"You don't want to see your carpet in your casino in the casino down the strip," says Ralph Wiess, vice president of Design, Boyd Gaming Corp., Las Vegas.