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According to the company, Palter has been elected at the recommendation of its largest shareholder, Mangrove Partners.
1967), "Newton and the Theory of Matter," in Palter, R.
Palter explains, this technology has had a lasting effect on the OR since the first surgical image in the '40s, and is sure to change surgery as we know it not too distantly into the future.
1977), Transportation: Management Economics Palter (Cambridge, Maryland: Cornell Maritime Press, Inc.
Thomas, who runs the gallery Palter man & Thomas in Swansea's Norwegian Church, created weddings rings for both Ioan Gruffudd and Sian Lloyd as well as co-designing the Eistedd fod Bardic Crown with fellow jeweller Nicola Palterman who has also donated pieces for the charity auction.
The swimming behaviour was in a cork-screw palter, rotating along horizontal axis and followed by 'S' jerk, partial jerk, sudden rapid, non directed spurt of forward movement.
Then tomorrow the cabaret duo of Lynne Jackson and Mike Palter is performing at noon at Mechanics Hall, 321 Main St.
Cleopatra in a crisis Thus relieved her mind to Isis: "Though in chains I'd look attractive, Never will I be a captive; Nor with Caesar will I palter, Though he lead me to the altar"-- [Here she used a Latin word, 'Tis MY SECOND and MY THIRD.
Aug(usto) C[aes(ari)] vel Augg(ust(is)] sa/crum, Laribus/ vialib(us), MM(arcii)/Annii Varus/ et Verianus [ex]>(centuria) I GG (igurrorum), palter et filiusl ex voto, hallada en Lugo en las proximidades de la muralla.
Accursed be that tongue that tells me so, For it hath cowed my better part of man; And be these juggling fiends no more believed, That palter with us in a double sense, That keep the word of promise to our ear And break it to our hope.
Kimura, "Fiscal reforms and national burden in Japan: a simulation analysis of future fiscal conditions and generational public benefits and burdens", Economic and Social Research Institute, Tokyo, Discussion Palter Series, No.