Synonyms for oesterle or Related words with oesterle


Examples of "oesterle"
1972 is installed in the old housing, a new organ by Oesterle.
Michael Oesterle (born 1968) is a Canadian composer currently living in Deux-Montagnes, Quebec, Canada.
Unrafted, Oesterle played collegiate hockey with the Western Michigan Broncos of the NCAA National Collegiate Hockey Conference Conference, from 2010 to 2014. On March 31, 2014, Oesterle was signed as a free agent to a two-year entry level contract with the Edmonton Oilers.
William S. Oesterle and Angie Hicks founded Angie's List in 1995. The idea resulted from Hicks's search for a reliable construction contractor in suburban Columbus, Ohio, on behalf of Oesterle, a venture capitalist who was Hicks's boss. Hicks moved to Columbus to join Oesterle in creating Columbus Neighbors, a call-in service and publication with reviews of local home and lawn care services. The name and concept were based on Unified Neighbors in Indianapolis, Indiana. Hicks went door-to-door, signing up consumers as members and collecting ratings of local contractors.
Bill Oesterle, the CEO of Angie's List stated that he wanted the state to implement a stronger statewide non-discrimination ordinance, calling the changes "insufficient".
Janina Fialkowska is married to German music manager Harry Oesterle (since 2001). They have homes in the United States (Connecticut) and Germany (Bavaria).
The hotel was built by the Oesterle Nevada Corp. for $8 million, and opened in 1973 as a Howard Johnson Hotel.
After school in Jerusalem Oesterle-Schwerin studied Interior design in Stuttgart and graduated in 1969. In 1974 Oesterle-Schwerin became a member of Social Democratic Party (SPD). In 1980, (NATO Double-Track Decision), she left German party SPD and became 1983 a member of German party Alliance '90/The Greens. From 1987 to 1990 she was member of German Bundestag for Alliance '90/The Greens.
The label was started by Ulf Oesterle as a doctoral student attending Syracuse University in 2003. He currently teaches music business classes at the university for The Bandier Program.
Jordan Oesterle (born June 25, 1992) is an American professional ice hockey defenseman. He currently plays for the Bakersfield Condors in the American Hockey League (AHL) while under contract to the Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Jutta Oesterle-Schwerin (25 February 1941 in Jerusalem) is a German politician, representative of the Social Democratic Party and later in life of Alliance '90/The Greens. She is the sister of Israeli historian Tom Segev.
The journal is supported by an international editorial board, consisting of Roland Borgards, Jane K. Brown, Rüdiger Campe, Martha Helfer, Rolf-Peter Horstmann, Marcel Lepper, Ethel Matala de Mazza, Günter Oesterle, Gérard Raulet, Sabine Schneider, Matthias Schöning and Christoph Zeller.
It was purchased in 1975 for $7.6 million by Eureka Savings and Loan, after Oesterle Nevada declared bankruptcy. Later that year, it was sold for $10 million to Bernard Nemerov, a former part owner of the Riviera casino, who planned to add a small casino and rename the property as the Paradise Hotel.
Further members of the executive board: Ralf Bingel | Reinhard Bütikofer MEP | Anton Freiherr von Cetto | Kristin Funke member of the regional parliament of Schleswig-Holstein | Lutz Hager | Ulla Kalbfleisch-Kottsieper | Sylvia-Yvonne Kaufmann | Enrico Kreft | Jürgen Lippold | Heinz-Wilhelm Schaumann (Vice-President of the UEF) | Otto Schmuck | Elisabeth Schnarrenberger-Oesterle | Gabriela Schneider | Thomas Stölting | Michael Theurer MdEP | Wolfgang Zapfe
In his rookie professional season in 2014–15 season, Oesterle was initially re-assigned to AHL affiliate, the Oklahoma City Barons. He complied 21 points in 49 games with the Barons before he received his first NHL recall on February 20, 2015. The following day he made his NHL debut with the Oilers in a game against the Anaheim Ducks.
In June 2017, the MCO premieres "Nanabush and the drum / Nanabozho et le tambour", a theatrical collaboration with Théâtre Cercle Molière. The bilingual work is based on new music by Michael Oesterle and a script by Rhéal Cenerini, and explores the relationship between a French "coureur de bois", a First Nations woman, and Nanabush, the Anishinaabe trickster figure.
After Hicks recruited over 1,000 members in Columbus within one year, she turned to Oesterle to raise money from investors to develop the business. In 1996, the company bought Unified Neighbors from its creator and moved the company's headquarters to Indianapolis.
The current director of the Big Red Band is Daniel White. A 1989 graduate of PHS, he marched as a sousaphone player from 1986–89, and is the first alumnus to be named director. His former percussion instructor is E.J. Oesterle, himself a 2002 graduate of PHS and a member of the "Long Red Line" as well.
Along with Martin-Smith, and the Assistant Artistic Director Susane Lee, the Artists in Residence include Julie Baber, Bruce Barton, David Palmer Brown, Patrina Caruana, Tommy Demenkoff, Nick DeVita, Alayna Graziani, Patrick Harman, Jared Kirby, Roxann Kraemer, Nathan Mattingly, Christopher Moore, Nathan Oesterle, Emily Rose Parman, Vince Phillip, Paul Singleton, Roger Dale Stude, and George K. Wells.
The phrase "ignoratio elenchi" is . Here "elenchi" is the genitive singular of the Latin noun "elenchus", which is . The translation in English of the Latin expression has varied somewhat. Hamblin proposed "misconception of refutation" or "ignorance of refutation" as a literal translation, John Arthur Oesterle preferred "ignoring the issue", and Irving Copi, Christopher Tindale and others used "irrelevant conclusion".