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Clark, the TDCJ spokesman said, the prison agency has not identified any other incidents involving the use of a pry tool against an officer.
Sheppard contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Sheppard Fencing Pry Bar to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
From this extremely precarious position, bypass the push/pull component completely and move right to the pry.
Bachmann said that Pry concentrated on what he considers the four essentials of leadership: people, processes, products and metrics.
Elizabeth Pry (angrily):That General will have a fiercer war with me.
Working in partnership with local township and state regulatory agency officials, all the required state, county and township approvals are in final review; and the land is once again ready for productive use," said David Pry, environmental consultant.
Forty years ago German moral theologian Bernard Haring wrote that "reverence and love forbid us to pry into the intimate life of our neighbor, or to divulge secrets revealed to us.
Online scammers try to pry passwords from you by sending you e-mail claiming to be representatives of your online service provider.
It is no great trick for a lively mind to try to pry up a rock with a long stick and to find that it works better if another, smaller rock is placed under the stick to give the stick something to push against.
Pry large rootballs apart with two pitchforks placed back to back as shown in the photographs above.
Pry joins Roetzel as an associate attorney, focusing on real estate transactional law and finance.