Synonyms for schumach or Related words with schumach

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Examples of "schumach"
Christian Schumach (born 17 September 1981 in Murau) is an Austrian dressage rider. He represented Austria at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France where he finished 8th in team dressage and 64th in the individual dressage competition.
The past principals of Loughborough College are Charles Laws (1909-1915), Herbert Schofield (1915-1950), Major-General W.F. Hasted (1951-1952), G.J.D. Schumach (1952-1953), Dan Lysaght (1953-1960), Dr. Fred Lester (1961-1975), Donald Hutchings (1976-1988), Harold Wilkinson (1988-1993), Jim Mutton (1993-2012), Esme Winch (2012-2015) and Heather MacDonald (2015–present)
Einstein intrusion-detection program and it predated the Einstein deployment, which began a year earlier. However, the "Wall Street Journal", "Wired", "Ars Technica", and "Fortune" later reported that it was unclear how the breach was discovered. It may have been a product demonstration of CyFIR, a commercial forensic product from a Manassas, Virginia security company CyTech Services that uncovered the infiltration. These reports were subsequently confirmed by CyTech Services in a press release issued by the company on June 15, 2015 to clarify contradictions made by OPM spokesman Sam Schumach in a later edit of the Fortune article.
Despite having "assured the administration that publicity would be kept to a minimum," Donaldson "launched an aggressive public information campaign about SHL and homosexuality", making sure it was covered on Columbia radio station WKCR, where he was a staff member. He also sent out "at least three press releases to several large newspapers, wire services, and magazines with national and international distribution." The group received little coverage until gay rights supporter Murray Schumach saw the "Spectator" piece and wrote an article, headlined "Columbia Charters Homosexual Group", which appeared on the front page of "The New York Times" on May 3, 1967:
Murray Schumach of The New York Times looked at the series in depth in an article published on October 8, 1961. The article commenced, "Bing and Rosemary have worked out an almost foolproof system of parlaying work into fun and fun into money. Periodically they sit down in some pleasant environment and turn out material for some weeks of the 20 minute radio shows which are heard five days a week on the CBS network. The approach to these taping sessions is informal, just as it sounds on the air. There is a script, it is true. There are also numerous commercials which Rosemary usually rattles off whilst Bing grins smugly or stares stonily. By the time each of these meetings is ended, the floor is carpeted with pages of scripts and only the tape recorders know what is said..."
On June 11, 2015, ABC News also said that highly sensitive 127-page Standard Forms (SF) 86 (Questionnaire for National Security Positions) were put at serious risk by the hack. SF-86 forms contain information about family members, college roommates, foreign contacts, and psychological information. At the time, OPM stated that family members names were not compromised. However, on June 13, 2015, OPM spokesman Samuel Schumach said that investigators had "a high degree of confidence that OPM systems containing information related to the background investigations of current, former, and prospective federal government employees, to include U.S. military personnel, and those for whom a federal background investigation was conducted, may have been exfiltrated." The Central Intelligence Agency, however, does not use the OPM system; therefore, it may not have been affected.