Synonyms for noetzel or Related words with noetzel

loock              spycher              ofner              schneidewind              deutschmann              freiwald              pfisterer              kargl              wiesinger              oppitz              schardt              seebacher              czerwenka              orthmann              nowack              golser              habel              klaes              wachsmann              gisler              ehmann              gerhards              ehlen              weidlich              brase              pollmann              heinig              pflaum              filser              domke              pietzsch              nadolski              reiterer              hradil              schorn              schmutzler              siegl              rehmann              stehlik              nierhoff              bergstedt              kemnitz              dworzak              schuhmacher              ohrt              reumann              wiechmann              kumpf              schweickhardt              groos             



Examples of "noetzel"
Johann Thomas Noetzel (born 4 April 1977 in Seattle, United States) is a Northern Mariana Islands professional football player and manager.
19) Beers, Russell A, Noetzel, Allan A, Khan, Abdus S., 'Oxidation and fatigue resistant coating', US patent No. 20030211356 (3 November 2003)
22) Beers, Russell A, Khan, Abdus S, Noetzel, Allan A, 'Oxidation resistant coatings for copper', US Patent No 6,277,499 (21 August 2001)
23) Mullen, Richard S, Allen, William P, Gell, Maurice L, Barkalow, Richard H., Noetzel, Allan A., Appleby, John W, Khan, Abdus S. 'Multiple nanolayer coating system', US Patent No. 5,687,679 (18 November 1997)
Emilie Noetzel of Dread Central rated it 4/5 stars and wrote, ""I Am Nancy" is a must-see for fans of the "A Nightmare on Elm Street" series and of Heather Langenkamp."
Lilo Peters, born as Liselotte Elfriede Anna Gertrud Erdmunde Noetzel, was born in Hamburg on March 17, 1913. Her father was an engineer, and her mother was a milliner. In 1935, she married Rudolf "Rudi" Ferdinand Peters (1903–1944). In January 1944, her husband was drafted as a soldier in the Wehrmacht in World War II. He was killed in June 1944 in France after being taken hostage by the Resistance, leaving Peters and her four daughters behind.