Synonyms for seebacher or Related words with seebacher

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Examples of "seebacher"
Rene Seebacher (born 24 July 1988) is an Austrian footballer cuerrently playing for SV Kapfenberg.
Jacob Seebacher (1833 Germany – August 18, 1889 New York City) was an American politician from New York.
Aarons is a native of Toledo, Ohio. He is married to writer Noreen Seebacher. They have five children and live in the Savannah, GA area.
The asterisk (*) denotes members of the previous Legislature who continued in office as members of this Legislature. Jacob Seebacher, Ferdinand Eidman, Robert H. Strahan and Waters W. Braman changed from the Assembly to the Senate.
It was unveiled on 6 December 2000, the day before 30th anniversary of the event, by Chancellor of Germany Gerhard Schröder and Prime Minister of Poland Jerzy Buzek in the presence of Brigitte Seebacher-Brandt and Günter Grass.
Brewmaster Richard Seebacher (1717-1805) revived a corps of hunters. At the end of the 18th century, three civil corps (the Hunter Corps, the Grenadier Corps and the Cavalry Corps) were unified in Graz.
Kopper was born in Osłonino (Poland) to a Mennonite family, he was expelled after World War II Since 2003, he is married to Brigitte Seebacher-Brandt, the third wife of Willy Brandt. One of his three children of his first marriage is the historian Christopher Kopper.
When Willy Brandt became chancellor in 1969, Rut Brandt was at his side as a very successful and popular First Lady. However, when she in 1979 discovered that Brandt had an affair with (later his third wife), Rut Brandt filed for divorce. After the divorce had been granted (in 1980), Rut and Willy Brandt went their separate ways. When Brandt died in 1992, Brigitte Seebacher-Brandt did not allow Rut to attend the funeral – a decision which did not meet with acceptance in the German population.
The 2016 PIPA Snow Polo World Cup Tour consisted of 5 events, three of them were played and two had to be cancelled, Munich because of too high temperatures and Rogla due to noncompliance of the community of Rogla_Ski_Resort regarding the PIPA grooming standards and guidelines. The first event took place in Seefeld_in_Tirol, where the German team with Joe Reinhard and Marie Haupt won after three gamedays. The second event was played under floodlight at Ramsau_am_Dachstein. After three days of polo England with playing captain could win the final game against Austria with playing captain Dr. Uwe Seebacher. The third event was played at Bad_Gastein. Having windy conditions and warm temperatures it was again the English team winning the tournament after a thrilling final game against Austria.
In 2001, the physician-scientist Frank Seebacher proposed a new polynomial method of calculating body-mass estimates for dinosaurs (using body-length, depth, and width), and found "Giganotosaurus" to have weighed (based on the original length estimate). In their 2002 description of the braincase of "Giganotosaurus", Coria and Currie gave a length estimate of for the holotype skull, and calculated a weight of by extrapolating from the circumference of the femur-shaft. This resulted in an encephalization quotient (a measure of relative brain size) of 1.9. In 2004, Gerardo V. Mazzetta and colleagues pointed out that though the femur of the "Giganotosaurus" holotype was larger than that of "Sue", the tibia was shorter at . They found the holotype specimen to have been equal to "Tyrannosaurus" in size at (marginally smaller than "Sue"), but that the larger dentary might have represented an animal of , if geometrically similar to the holotype specimen. By using multivariate regression equations, these authors also suggested an alternative weight of for the holotype and for the larger specimen, and that the latter was therefore the largest known terrestrial carnivore.
Wolfgang Mayrhofer has authored, co-authored and co-edited 27 books, among them most recently: Brewster, C., & Mayrhofer, W. (Eds.). 2012. Handbook Of Research On Comparative Human Resource Management. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar; Briscoe, J. P., Hall, D. T., & Mayrhofer, W. (Eds.). 2012. Careers Around the World. Individual and Contextual Perspectives. New York, Oxon: Routledge Mayrhofer, W., Meyer, M., & Titscher, S. (Eds.). 2010. Praxis der Organisationsanalyse. Anwendungsfelder und Methoden (Practice of organizational analysis. Areas of application and methods). Wien: Facultas wuv; Personalmanagement - Führung – Organisation (Personnel Management – Leadership – Organisation), 4th edition, edited with H. Kasper, Wien: Linde; Organisationsanalyse. Konzepte und Methoden (Organizational Analysis. Concepts and Methods), Wien et al.: facultas wuv UTB 2008, with S. Titscher and M. Meyer; Personalmanagement und Führungskräfteentwicklung (Human resource management and management development), Wien: Linde 2006, with C. Erten, U. Seebacher and G. Strunk; Managing human resources in Europe, edited with H.H. Larsen, London: Routledge 2006; Von der Subvention zum Leistungsvertrag. Neue Koordinations- und Steuerungsformen und ihre Konsequenzen für Nonprofit-Organisationen - eine systemtheoretische Analyse (From subsidies to performance related contracts. New forms of coordination and control and their consequences for nonprofit organisations – a systems theoretical analysis), edited with. A. Zauner, P. Heimerl, W. Mayrhofer, M. Meyer, A. Nachbagauer, S. Praschak and H. Schmidtmayr, Bern: Haupt 2006.
As historian Peter Brandt wrote in "Die Welt" dated October 2, 1990: “The editors have presented a useful book with many important contributions.” However, he added: “A criticism that could be raised is that—in spite of the emphasis on keeping out any ‘extra-scientific’ influences—a prejudice against the supposed ‘popular pedagogy’ treatment of national-socialism had guided the editors’ and some of the authors’ pen.” The editors deserve one hundred percent consent, however, Brandt stated, “as they reject any kind of ban on asking questions.” Historian Brigitte Seebacher noted in the "Rheinischer Merkur" on October 5, 1990: “In short, this volume casts light on the national-socialist epoch, and inspires a renewed discussion of how to deal with it correctly.” In the November 6, 1990, issue of the "Süddeutsche Zeitung", the historian Prof. Gregor Schöllgen argued: “Some of the essays will (and should) provoke disagreement. Taken as a whole, this meritorious volume represents an unorthodox contribution toward objectifying the discussion of national-socialism, and one ought to take note of it.” The "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung" of November 23, 1990, commented on "Die Schatten der Vergangenheit" the volume was “perfectly suitable to become the subject of dispute… If it failed to meet this mark, then it would above all be for the reason that only a few readers will be likely to manage to digest the heavy academic fare of the first eighty pages.” What is favourably highlighted by the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung" review is Zitelmann’s discussion of the historian Ernst Nolte: “Exemplary in its objectivity is Rainer Zitelmann’s discussion of Ernst Nolte. Zitelmann points out analogies with Marxist theories on fascism, and suggests that it is impermissible to pinpoint ‘anti-Bolshevism in a one-sided and generalising manner’ as the central motive of ‘the’ national-socialists.”