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Examples of "grossenbacher"
Grossenbacher is a family name of Swiss-German origin that may refer to:
Pascale Grossenbacher (born May 27, 1978) is a Swiss former artistic gymnast. She competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Grossenbacher Nunatak () is a nunatak at the southwest end of the Lyon Nunataks, Palmer Land, Antarctica, southwest of Holtet Nunatak. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names after Ernest P. Grossenbacher, an upper atmospheric physicist at Siple Station, 1970–71.
The Board Members of the ASA are Sean A. Day, Peter Grossenbacher, emeritus, Lawrence E. Marks, Daphne Maurer, and Carol Steen.
Grossenbacher-Derby was born in Suriname and moved to the Netherlands at the age of 14. She only joined an athletics club in 1978, but by the next year she was already a member of the Dutch national team. At a meet in Portugal she met the Swiss javelin thrower Fred Grossenbacher, whom she married in March 1986. After the European championships of that year she moved to Wimmis in Switzerland and from that point on competed for Switzerland.
Martha Grossenbacher (née Martha Derby; born 31 August 1959) is a retired athlete who specialised in sprinting events. She competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics as well one indoor and one outdoor World Championships.
Hippie Masala: Für immer in Indien (titled Hippie Masala: Forever in India in English) is a 2006 Swiss documentary film directed by filmmaker Ulrich Grossenbacher and anthropologist Damaris Lüthi.
Much of current knowledge about how nuclear reactors behave and misbehave was discovered at what is now Idaho National Laboratory. John Grossenbacher, former INL director, said, "The history of nuclear energy for peaceful application has principally been written in Idaho".
The Museum of the Apopkans was incorporated in 1971. The initial board of directors included President Mrs. Elizabeth Grossenbacher, Vice-President Mrs. Mildred S. Whiteside, Secretary Mrs. Reba R. Evans, Curator Mr. Edward A. Miner, and directors Mayor John H. Land, Miss Elin Larson, and Miss Mary Lee Welch.
He grew up in a family of musicians and attended the Gymnasium at St. Stephan in Augsburg (a school offering a musical branch with music, Latin and English as core subjects from grade 5 onwards.) He left the school at the age of 16 to devote himself entirely to music. He studied with Eldar Issakadze, Thomas Grossenbacher and David Geringas.
Her term of office as president of the European Patent Office (EPO) began on 1 July 2007. In May 2009, she informed the EPO staff that she would not seek an extension of her contract which ended on 30 June 2010. There were initially four candidates to succeed her, Susanne Ås Sivborg, Benoît Battistelli, Roland Grossenbacher, and Jesper Kongstad. In March 2010, it was then made known that she would be succeeded by Benoît Battistelli on 1 July 2010.
The department argued that most of the $325 million settlement was obtained through its nationwide "Labscam" investigations that had nothing to do with the men, Robert J. Merena, Charles W. Robinson, Jr., and Glenn Grossenbacher. But U.S. District Judge Donald W. VanArtsdalen ruled Wednesday that they made a major contribution to the government's case and that they helped bring in nearly all of the settlement.
In 1976 Gruber joined René Grossenbacher in founding the cultural advertising firm ALIVE Media AG, of which he is still a Managing Director today. He has also taught since then at various schools and colleges. From 1994 to 1997, for example, he was a lecturer in Film and Electronic Media at FH Konstanz [Konstanz Technical College]. As a cameraman he worked for the artist Isa Hesse-Rabinovitch and the film maker Erich Langjahr.
Klebs was an assistant to Virchow at the Charité in Berlin from 1861 until 1866, when he became a professor of pathology at the University of Bern in Switzerland. He married Rosa Grossenbacher, a Swiss, and also acquired Swiss citizenship. He served as a military physician for the Prussian Army in 1870 during the Franco-Prussian War; several of his ancestors had fought during the Napoleonic Wars.
Holtet Nunatak () is a nunatak rising to about , northeast of Grossenbacher Nunatak in the Lyon Nunataks of Palmer Land, Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from aerial photographs taken by the U.S. Navy, 1965–68, and from Landsat imagery taken 1973–74. It was named in 1987 by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names after Jan A. Holtet of the Norwegian Institute of Cosmic Physics, an upper atmospheric physicist at Siple Station, 1970–71.
After a month, relator Glenn Grossenbacher, an attorney, filed a second qui tam action against GlaxoSmithKline in the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas. Relators Kevin Spear, Jack Dowden, and the Berkeley Community Law Center (collectively, “the Spear relators”) followed in February 1995 with a suit in the Northern District of California. The courts in Texas and California transferred these actions to the Eastern District of Pennsylvania for consolidation with the Merena case.
In 2013, China entered the studio with producer Tommy Henriksen, guitarist for Alice Cooper and a friend of Eric St. Michaels from their New York days, to record their latest album, "We Are The Stars", with Dan Grossenbacher taking over for Kofmehl on bass. Released via K-tel subsidiary Blue Martin in November 2013, it was accompanied by a video for the single "Everywhere You Are".
The Lyon Nunataks () are a group of nunataks lying west of the Grossman Nunataks and northwest of the Behrendt Mountains, in Palmer Land, Antarctica. They include Grossenbacher Nunatak, Holtet Nunatak, Christoph Nunatak and Isakson Nunatak. The group was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1961–67, and was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names after Owen R. Lyon, hospital corpsman, U.S. Navy, chief petty officer in charge of Eights Station in 1965.
The litigants of the case were Robert J. Merena, Charles W. Robinson, Jr., and Glenn Grossenbacher. Robert J. Merena left his job at GlaxoSmithKline in May 1995 and hasn't had a full-time job since. He has said he's had trouble finding another position because employers are wary of hiring a known whistle-blower. Merena, of the Reading, Pa., area, worked as a senior billing-systems analyst at a SmithKline Beecham office in Montgomery County. During his employment at GSK, he passed information to federal investigators working on the case.
In a widely criticised move the Italian Parliament approved the cancellation of all maintenance fees due for Italian patents (including European patents validated in Italy), utility models and designs, as from 2006-01-01. Although the fees were reintroduced on 2007-01-02, the actual amounts of the fees were not announced until 2007-04-06. Consequently, for any fees that fell due between 2007-01-02 and 2007-04-30, the time limit for paying these was extended to 2007-06-30. Some, including Roland Grossenbacher, then chairman of the Administrative Council of the European Patent Organisation, considered that the abolishment of annuity fees in Italy was an error, because, if annuities were abolished, "all patents would remain in force up to the 20th year."