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Examples of "lautenbach"
Lautenbach (Linzer Aach) is a river of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Lautenbach (Ablach) is a river of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Martin retired on December 3, 2012. He was replaced by Marc B Lautenbach.
Lautenbach is a town in the district of Ortenau in Baden-Württemberg in Germany.
Lautenbach is a commune in the Haut-Rhin department in Grand Est in north-eastern France.
101. Lautenbach Jacob Mag., Privatdozent der vergl. Sprachkunde in Jurjew
The Rench runs along the Rench Valley through Bad Peterstal, Oppenau, Lautenbach,
Carter discovers that the imposter and the person working at Cape Sable are the twin daughters of Prof Lautenbach – a Nazi scientist recruited by Judas / CLAW and killed by Carter in a previous mission two years earlier (described in Fraulein Spy). Separated aged 3 at the end of World War II and raised separately, Ilse Lautenbach works for CLAW while Ingra Lautenbach was adopted by Prof Brand and works for NASA.
Dr. Wilhelm Lautenbach (* August 26, 1891 in Zwinge; † May 24, 1948 in Davos) was a German official at the Economics Ministry at the beginning of the 1920s.
The German economist Wolfgang Stützel who developed the "Balances Mechanics" "(german: Saldenmechanik)" appreciates Wilhelm Lautenbach in regard to „his" credit theory of money ("Kreditmechanik"), calls it "Lautenbachsche Kreditmechanik".
122.Anthony KB, Fishman NO, Linkin DR, Gasink LB, Edelstein PH, Lautenbach E. Clinical and microbiological outcomes of serious infections with multidrugresistant Gram-negative organisms treated with tigecycline. Clin. Infect. Dis.46,567–570 (2008).
In his early years, Stützel adhered to Keynesian theories, as publisher of the papers by Wilhelm Lautenbach. After the development of his "Balances Mechanics of Economocs" (), he adopted a critical approach against the prevailing doctrines of economics.
Balances Mechanics considers the mechanics of private credit creation and recognizes the "Credit Mechanics", which comes from Otto Pfleiderer and Wilhelm Lautenbach. (Wolfgang Stützel often spoke of the ""Lautenbachsche Kreditmechanik"").
He is known primarily for the so-called Lautenbach Plan. The Plan was discussed at a secret conference on September 16 and 17, 1931 and first rejected but parts of it later implemented by German governments Papen and Schleicher. He has been called "a pre-Keynes Keynesian".
Walter Henry "Walt" Lautenbach (November 17, 1922–September 9, 1997) was an American National Basketball Association player. He played with the Sheboygan Red Skins during the 1949-50 NBA season. He had also played with that team in the National Basketball League.
In media Flassbeck frequently holds his views on economic policy and theory, which in part are in favour of Keynesianism and particularly Joseph Schumpeter and Wilhelm Lautenbach. In April 2010, facing the beginning monetary crisis, also called euro crisis in Germany, he demanded to "separate the deals of the gamblers from the normal market activities" of banks.
Manegold of Lautenbach (c. 1030 – c. 1103) was a religious and polemical writer and Augustinian canon from Alsace, active mostly as a teacher in south-west Germany. William of Champeaux may have been one of his pupils, but this is disputed. He was one of the first "magisters", recognised masters of theology.
Starting from Guebwiller, to the east, the climb is long. Over this distance, the climb is at an average gradient of 3.8%, with the steepest sections being at 8.1%. The 2014 Tour de France route joins this climb at Lautenbach, from where there is an long climb at an average gradient of 5.4%.
Carter sets out to investigate the supposed Aquacity underwater construction project being built near Peligro (Spanish for 'danger') Key by Texan millionaire AK Atchinson. He discovers millions of dollars' worth of underwater submersibles and equipment but no sign of any construction project. Investigating further, Carter discovers an almost deserted mansion where AK Atchinson lives as a reclusive drugged zombie whose business empire has been taken over by Ilse Lautenbach and Judas to support their clandestine underwater construction project.
Carter is forced to return to Peligro Key when he discovers that Judas has captured Julia and she is about to be operated on alive by Dr Orff – a former Nazi doctor. Prof Brand foils Judas' attempt to leave Peligro Key with the missile component as Carter kills Ilse Lautenbach with Pierre the poison gas bomb. Carter kills Orff by slitting his throat. The underground command center explodes when Brand trips the self-destruct button – apparently killing Judas in the process.