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Merck
Merck primarily refers to the German Merck family
Merck family
and three companies founded by the family, including:the Merck Group, a German chemical, pharmaceutical and life sciences company founded in 1668 Merck Serono
Merck Serono
(known as EMD Serono in the United States and Canada), a pharmaceutical company headquartered in Darmstadt, Germany, and a brand and division of Merck focused on biopharmaceuticals Merck & Co., Inc. (known as MSD ( Merck Sharp & Dohme) outside North America), an American pharmaceutical company and a former subsidiary of the German Merck company, as founded in 1891/1917 H. J
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MIRC
mIRC is an Internet Relay Chat
Internet Relay Chat
(IRC) client for Windows, created in 1995 and developed by Khaled Mardam-Bey
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Merck-Saint-Liévin
1 French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km2 (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries. 2 Population without double counting: residents of multiple communes (e.g., students and military personnel) only counted once.Merck-Saint- Liévin
Liévin
is a commune in the Pas-de-Calais
Pas-de-Calais
department in the Hauts-de- France
France
region of France.Contents1 Geography 2 Population 3 Places of interest 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksGeography[edit] Merck-Saint- Liévin
Liévin
lies about 10 miles (16 km) southwest of Saint-Omer, on the D225 roads. The river Aa flows through the village. Population[edit]Population history1962 1968 1975 1982 1990 1999 2006535 550 547 514 517 507 569Census count starting from 1962: Population without duplicatesPlaces of interest[edit]An eighteenth-century mill. The church of St
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Johann-Heinrich-Merck-Preis
Johann-Heinrich-Merck-Preis is a literary prize of Hesse. Winners[edit]1964 Günter Blöcker 1965 Keine Verleihung 1966 Karl Heinz Ruppel 1967 Werner Weber 1968 Georg Hensel 1969 Erich Heller 1970 Joachim Kaiser 1971 Peter Huchel 1972 Horst Krüger 1973 H. H. Stuckenschmidt 1974 Joachim Günther 1975 Walter Höllerer 1976 Peter Rühmkorf 1977 François Bondy 1978 Karl Heinz Bohrer 1979 Werner Spies 1980 Sebastian Haffner 1981 Hilde Spiel 1982 Albert von Schirnding 1983 Albrecht Schöne 1984 Erwin Chargaff 1985 Sibylle Wirsing 1986 Heinrich Vormweg 1987 Reinhard Baumgart 1988 Ivan Nagel 1989 Lothar Baier 1990 Walter Boehlich 1991 Peter von Matt 1992 Benjamin Henrichs 1993 Hans Egon Holthusen 1994 Peter Demetz 1995 Michael Maar 1996 Ulrich Weinzierl 1997 Heinz F. Schafroth 1998 Iso Camartin 1999 Gerhard R
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Merc (other)
Merc may refer to:Mandatory employment-related costs, in Canada these are CPP, EI, and WC Merc Clothing, classic British clothing brand Merc (MUD), a text-based online game software platform Mobile Emission Reduction Credit (MERC), used in pollution reduction Middle East Rally Championship Merc Lapidus, a character in British/American sitcom Episodes (TV series) Magnus Eliason Recreation Centre, an inner-city rec centre in Winnipeg, Canada, locally and affectio
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Merk (other)
Merk may refer to: Merk (coin), old Scottish coin worth 13 schillings and 4 pence Scots Merkland, old Scottish unit of land measurement Mérk, village in eastern Hungary Merk, Iran, village in Kurdistan Province, Iran Ernst Merk (1903–1976), World War II German army officer Frederick Merk (1887–1977), American historian
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William Merck
William Rudolph Henry Merck served as the Chief Commissioner of the North-West Frontier Province of British India
British India
from 1909 to 1910.[1] Notes[edit]^ Provinces of British IndiaGovernment officesPreceded by George Roos-Keppel Chief Commissioner of the North-West Frontier Province 16 November 1909 – 1 November 1910 Succeeded by George Roos-KeppelThis British biographical article is a stub
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Ernst Merck
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Freiherr
Ernst Merck
Ernst Merck
(20 November 1811 – 6 July 1863) was a German businessman and politician.Ernst Freiherr
Freiherr
von MerckMerck, born in Hamburg, was a member of the Frankfurt Parliament
Frankfurt Parliament
for a year from 1848 to 1849. Merck was also the cavalry chief of the Hamburg
Hamburg
Citizen Militia, founder of the Zoological Garden in Hamburg, and initiator of an association to rescue shipwrecked persons. In 1853, Merck was appointed Austrian Consul General in Hamburg. He invested at that time in the railway lines of Austria and in 1856 co-founded and joined the board of the Empress Elisabeth Railway, named after the Empress of Austria. Thanks to his work, he was raised in 1860 by Emperor Franz Joseph to the rank of baron in the hereditary Austrian nobility
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Merck Finck & Co.
Merck Finck & Co. is a German private bank. It offers private banking and corporate finance services to high-net-worth private customers, medium-sized businesses and institutional investors. It is active in European as well as German stocks. It has branches located in the main cities of Germany. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of KBL European Private Bankers (KBL epb), itself a subsidiary of Precision Capital S.A.. External links[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Merck Finck & Co.Official website (in German)Coordinates: 48°08′28″N 11°34′11″E / 48.1410°N 11.5697°E / 48.1410; 11.5697Authority controlGND: 2057291-8This German bank or insurance-related article is a stub
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Johann Heinrich Merck
Johann Heinrich Merck
Johann Heinrich Merck
(11 April 1741 – 27 June 1791), German author and critic, was born at Darmstadt, a few days after the death of his father, a chemist. He studied law at Gießen, and in 1767 was given an appointment in the paymaster's department at Darmstadt, and a year later himself became paymaster. For a number of years he exercised considerable influence upon the literary movement in Germany; he helped to found the Frankfurter gelehrte Anzeigen in 1772, and was one of the chief contributors to Nicolai's Allgemeine Bibliothek. In 1773 he accompanied the Landgravine Karoline of Hesse- Darmstadt
Darmstadt
to Saint Petersburg, and on his return was a guest of the duke Charles Augustus of Weimar in the Wartburg
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Merck Records
Merck Records (2000–2007) was a record label based in Miami
Miami
and run by Gabe Koch. It released electronic music. Contents1 Background 2 End announcement 3 Artists3.1 Merck Records 3.2 Narita Records4 See also 5 External linksBackground[edit] Their releases cover a wide range of styles, from cut up vocal hip hop by their most prominent artist Machinedrum, to central IDM by artists like Proem, Mr. Projectile, and Deru, to indie-influenced electronic music like Tiki Obmar or Lateduster. They also release a wide geographical range of artists, from all over Europe and the US, as well as Australia, Russia and Japan
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Merck Veterinary Manual
The Merck Veterinary Manual is a reference manual of animal health care. It is published by Merck & Co., Inc. and Merial
Merial
Limited
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Heinrich Emanuel Merck
Heinrich Emanuel Merck
Heinrich Emanuel Merck
(15 September 1794 – 14 February 1855) was an apothecary whose descendants are the founders of Merck and Company
Merck and Company
and Merck KGaA. Biography[edit] He was a direct descendant of company founder Friedrich Jacob Merck, who had purchased the Engel-Apotheke (Angel Pharmacy) in Darmstadt
Darmstadt
in 1668. The pharmacy is still part of Merck KGaA, but the original building was destroyed during World War Two
World War Two
in the bombing campaigns, and therefore it is a new construction. Merck studied in Berlin
Berlin
and Vienna
Vienna
studying pharmacy. He then worked at his father's Engel-Apotheke. In 1816 he took over management. In addition to this he was occupied with research on the chemical constitution of herbal natural material. He isolated alkaloids and prepared them in a pure state
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H. J. Merck & Co.
H. J. Merck & Co. was one of the largest merchant banks in Hamburg, and existed from 1799 to 1983. Merck & Co. was also involved in shipping, and co-founded the Hamburg
Hamburg
America Line (HAPAG) with Berenberg Bank. The company was founded by Heinrich Johann Merck, a member of the noted Merck family, who became a Hamburg
Hamburg
citizen in 1799. Family members were prominent merchants, bankers and politicians in Hamburg. The family name is currently used by the pharmaceutical companies Merck and Merck & Co. (MSD), which were founded by the Darmstadt branch of the family. Literature[edit]Percy Ernst Schramm: Hamburg, Deutschland und die Welt; Leistungen und Grenzen hanseatischen Bürgertums in der Zeit zwischen Napoleon und Bismarck; Hamburg, 2. Auflage, 1952v t eMerck familyMerck familyFriedrich Jacob Merck  Heinrich Emanuel Merck George W. MerckCompaniesMerck (est. 1668)  H. J. Merck & Co. (est
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The Merck Index
The Merck Index
The Merck Index
is an encyclopedia of chemicals, drugs and biologicals with over 10,000 monographs on single substances or groups of related compounds.[1] It also includes an appendix with monographs on organic named reactions. It was published by the United States pharmaceutical company Merck & Co
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