Synonyms for zwahlen or Related words with zwahlen
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(born 1927) is a former competitive women's American amateur golfer from Oregon. One of the most successful female golfers from the Pacific Northwest, she was the first Pacific Northwesterner to be named to the prestigious United States Curtis Cup team in 1952 and 1954. After retiring from competitive golf,
was named to numerous golf halls of fame and is now a high school golf coach.
He was the author of around 500 scientific articles, many of them involving human genetics and inheritable diseases of the eye. His name is associated with several medical syndromes; notably, Naegeli–Franceschetti–Jadassohn syndrome, Franceschetti–
–Klein syndrome and Franceschetti–Klein–Wildervanck syndrome. He is also credited with introducing improved techniques to keratoplastic surgery.
(Arturo de Hoyos should not be confused with his nephew who is also named Arturo de Hoyos (b. 1959) who is an expert on Freemasonry. This second Arturo de Hoyos was raised in Provo, and is the son of Dr. Benjamin Federico de Hoyos and Josefine Emma
In 1999, the Board of Directors included the former MP Yann Richter (Free Democratic Party), the former head of the SNB, Jean
, a director of Paribas and the Union Bancaire Privée, and Erwin Meyer, a business lending specialist. Nicolas Wavre, founder of Etel, in Môtiers, was chairman of the board until the end of 2009.He was succeeded by Jean Berthoud, principal shareholder of the Bank, who resigned as CEO at the end of 2009 to become Chairman of the Board. Thomas Lötscher was appointed the new CEO.
Following her graduation, DeMoss married Howard Smith and golfed as "Mrs. Grace DeMoss Smith" or "Mrs. Howard Smith" for several years. She was later married to Fred C.
Jr., who was the Founder and Chairman of the Department of Journalism at Oregon State, from the late 1950s until his death in 2004. Her family is linked to at least two other Oregon sports heroes: her sister Maxine married Oregon State football Rose Bowl MVP Don Durdan, and another sister, Rae Ardis, married Durdan's Rose Bowl teammate Quentin Greenough.
Whittlesey was appointed U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland under Ronald Reagan from 1981–83 and again from 1985-88. In her first term as Swiss Ambassador she initiated negotiations in an acrimonious dispute between the U.S. and Switzerland that later led to the signing of a "Memorandum of Understanding on Insider Trading," the first major changing of the strict tradition of Swiss banking secrecy. Of this memorandum, Ambassador Jean
, later a Member of the Governing Board of the Swiss National Bank, wrote her: "I still keep a vivid memory of your skill to help delicate negotiations in the 80s."
Nager Syndrome displays several or all of the following characteristics: underdevelopment of the cheek and jaw area, down-sloping of the opening of the eyes, lack or absence of the lower eyelashes, kidney and/or stomach reflux, hammer toes, shortened soft palate, petite, lack of development of the internal and external ear, possible cleft palate, underdevelopment or absence of the thumb, hearing loss (see hearing loss with craniofacial syndromes) and shortened forearms, as well as poor movement in the elbow, and may be characterized by accessory tragi. Occasionally sufferers develop vertebral anomalies such as scoliosis and sufferers do not usually have problems with their reproductive organs. Inheritance pattern said to be autosomal but there are arguments as to whether it is autosomal dominant or autosomal recessive. Most cases tend to be sporadic. Nager syndrome is also linked to five other similar syndromes: Miller syndrome, Treacher-Collins, Pierre-Robin, Genee-Wiedemann, and Franceschetti-
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