Synonyms for niederwieser or Related words with niederwieser

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Examples of "niederwieser"
Anika Niederwieser (born 28 February 1992) is an Italian handballer who plays for Thüringer HC and the Italy national team.
The complete West face was first climbed in 1879 and an ascent over the South face from Antholz only succeeded in September 1890, by Hans and Georg Niederwieser, guiding Carl Luber.
The band that would become Chryst was formed in 1990 in Innsbruck, Austria, initially bearing the name Korova, by Christof Niederwieser (who would futurely provide vocals for Angizia's first two studio albums), Michael Kröll, Moritz Neuner (of Dornenreich, Abigor, Graveworm, Leaves' Eyes and Angizia fame) and Georg Razesberger. They would release their first studio album, "A Kiss in the Charnel Fields", in 1995.
Spock is a Java testing framework capable of handling the full life cycle of a software application. It was initially created in 2008 by Peter Niederwieser, a software engineer with GradleWare. A second Spock committer is Luke Daley (also with Gradleware) who is also the creator of the popular Geb functional testing framework.
Burroughs, L. M., O'Donnell, P. V. Sandmaier, B. M., Storer, B. E., Luznik, L., Symons, H. J., Jones, R. J., Ambinder, R. F., Maris, M. B., Blume, K. G., Niederwieser, D. W., Bruno, B., Maziarz, R. T., Pulsipher, M. A., Petersen, F. B., Storb, R., Fuchs, E. J., Maloney, D.G. (2008). Comparison of outcomes of HLA-matched related, unrelated, or HLA-haploidentical related hematopoietic cell transplantation following nonmyeloablative conditioning for relapsed or refractory Hodgkin lymphoma. Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation, 14(11), 1279-1287.
Ben Hogwood of "DMC World Magazine" rated the album five stars out of five, saying that "this is a set that house heads cannot afford to miss out on. Especially as it's only 20 quid!" Stefan Niederwieser of "The Gap" rated the album seven out of ten. Patrice Knap of "Laptop Rockers" published a positive review, saying that ""Live & Remastered" is a fascinating time capsule to a special time in musical history when club culture was the growing force in youth culture. It surely will bring fond memories to those who, like me, used to dance the night away at the time!" Marting Hewitt of "Plain and Simple" said the album was "digging up the past to dish out one of the brand’s only releases aimed at true heads in years." He said that "perhaps what’s most engrossing is the quality of the sets at hand, which two decades on would put many a technologically advanced DJ to shame." Hogwood favoured Morales' mix over Levan's, saying "although it may have slightly sloppier mixing at times, the choice of tracks makes the difference."
SPÖ MP and university spokesman Josef Broukal announced his withdrawal from politics shortly after the election had been called over the second failed attempt to abolish university tuition fees. On 22 July 2008 SPÖ state secretary for infrastructure Christa Kranzl announced she would not stand in the election due to personal differences between her and Faymann and problems with support from her local party. An internet initiative called for her to remain in politics, and she stated on 21 August 2008 that she might reconsider her move if asked by Faymann to continue her work in government; on 4 September 2008 she announced that she had now changed her mind and would like to be part of the next government. Rudolf Parnigoni, Robert Rada, Anita Fleckl and Peter Marizzi, all SPÖ MPs, will also retire. Carinthian SPÖ chairwoman and state councillor Gaby Schaunig resigned from all of her offices, accusing governor Jörg Haider from the BZÖ of mobbing and insulting her; Reinhart Rohr officially replaced her on 23 August 2008. Long-time SPÖ MP Erwin Niederwieser announced on 29 July 2008 that he would retire. Justice minister Maria Berger announced on 4 August 2008 in an interview with the "Kurier" that she would like to remain in office after the election; while she said it would be easier to push through some reforms in a coalition other than the grand coalition, she was not against continuing the coalition, and even stated that she disagreed with the Greens on introducing same-sex marriage. Defence minister Norbert Darabos announced on 5 August 2008 that he would like to stay in office and warned against a revival of the ÖVP–FPÖ coalition.