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Mr Milne said that Leaper wrote to the councils asking for a caution to avoid being prosecuted.
Fisherman Andrew Leaper (above) the message (left) and the bottle (right)
Next, Hartzell utilized a leaper machine, which is an isokinetic exerciser that provides a force downward equal to the strength forced upward.
They are less talkative, both in numbers of words and amount of time spent speaking (Davidson & Snow, 1996; Hladik & Edwards, 1984) especially in the home versus the laboratory setting (Killarney & McCluskey, 1981; Leaper, Andersen, & Sanders, 1998; McLaughlin, White, McDevitt, & Raskin, 1983).
Leaper said he has no plans to taste whale meat, as he is a vegetarian, but a Japanese whaler visiting Shimonoseki on a catcher boat said he loved the taste.
Their rendition of the Mahler Fourth under conductor Adrian Leaper is almost as good as any on the market and comes at a budget price to boot.
In You Just Don't Understand, Deborah Tannen cites a finding by psychologist Campbell Leaper that 5-year-old girls interact in a "mutually positive" manner, while boys exhibit "negative reciprocity" by which one boy tries to control and the other withdraws.
Michael Leaper and his new wife Maureen face a financial nightmare to prevent their two-year-old marriage being broken up.
But the woman with her head confessionally down, who dances over lines, and her friend with the long gray scar, who has half a body, have no choice - one the leaper, the other a kind of leper - moving in their theater across the lobby.
Pam Leaper runs a research operation called The Family Market Research Panel.
Jaguar - Jaguar, XKR and the Leaper Device are trademarks owned and licensed by Jaguar Cars Limited (C) 2004 Jaguar Cars Limited.
The charity was given PS500 by Huddersfield Rotary Club as it launched an exhibition of works by Halifax artist Chris Leaper.