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Examples of "vaill"
Vaill (ヴァイル株式会社): A development subsidiary established in October 1999, though eventually absorbed back into them. Seemingly unrelated to the Vaill Corporation established in 2005.
Vaill is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Vaill is internationally known for his innovative approaches to organizational behavior,
as one of the country's top ten organizational development specialists, Vaill is known for his ideas
Vaill has worked with many well-known corporations and most major agencies of the US
"Scleroderma citrinum" has two synonyms, "Scleroderma aurantium" (Vaill.) and "Scleroderma vulgare" Horn.
Dudley Vaill Talcott (June 9, 1899 – February 19, 1986) was an American sculptor, author and illustrator.
organizational change and development, to create the Peter B. Vaill Business Faculty Award for
The standard botanical author abbreviation Vaill. is applied to species he described.
Vaill wrote "Something to Dance About" a 2009 PBS documentary about Robbins life and work. It was broadcast as part of PBS's "American Masters" series and directed by Judy Kinberg. Vaill was nominated for the 2009 Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming for "Something to Dance About", and the film won both an Emmy and a George Foster Peabody Award. The 2000 television film "Sex & Mrs. X", starring Linda Hamilton, was based on a 1999 article Vaill wrote for "Allure".
Amanda Vaill is an American writer and editor, noted for her non-fiction. She lives in New York City.
Teresa Vaill (born November 20, 1962), is a female racewalker from the United States. She was born in Torrington, Connecticut.
Vaill has also written for "Esquire", "The New York Observer", "Talk", "Harper’s Bazaar", "Architectural Digest" among others.
The award was established by Rodman L. Drake. Previous judges include Brad Gooch, Benjamin Taylor, and Amanda Vaill.
Vaill set her personal best in the women's 20 km race walk event (1:33:23) on April 1, 2001 at a meet in Manassas, Virginia.
In 2008 Vaill co-wrote a book on her grandfather, the jeweller Seaman Schepps. Her new book is on the personalities associated with Madrid's Hotel Florida during the Spanish Civil War.
Edward W. Vaill House, is located in Oradell, Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. The house was built in 1912 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 18, 1990.
Peter B. Vaill, Ph.D is University Professor of Management at Antioch University in Yellow Springs, Ohio. He is one of the nation’s most influential organizational change theorists, one of the few senior scholar-practitioners in that field.
Sex & Mrs. X is a 2000 Lifetime television film. It was directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman and based on an article published by Amanda Vaill in "Allure". It stars Jacqueline Bisset and Linda Hamilton and premiered on 10 April 2000.
A graduate of Harvard University, she worked in publishing before becoming a writer full-time in 1992. In the 1970s Vaill was an editor at Viking Press alongside Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.