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The festival is put on entirely by volunteers, who number about 650, according to Templet.
As General Sir Gerald Templet explained during the Malayan Emergency, "The answer lies not with putting more boots into the jungle, but in winning the hearts and minds of the Malayan people.
After buying used equipment from a Seattle brewery and finding a brew master--originally John Templet, now Charlie Kling--on the Internet, Diamond Bear started brewing on Sept.
Ian Williams' old-stager hardly broke sweat when scoring by three and a half lengths from Templet in softish going at Hamilton earlier this month.
Also, these studies have not addressed how the institutional structures and administrative design of environmental programs may influence growth (Meyer, 1992; Hall, 1994; Templet, 1995; Goetz, Ready, and Stone, 1996).
Certain scholars (Porter 1990; Templet 1995) and political leaders, including President Clinton, have suggested this is a false trade-off (Clinton and Gore 1992, 99).
1987, Wells 1996, Roberts 1997) including: (1) deltaic lobe abandonment, (2) eustatic sea-level rise and subsidence, (3) changes in the introduction of freshwater and sediments from the Mississippi and Atchafalaya Rivers, and (4) human modification of internal hydrology (Day and Templet 1989, Baumann and Turner 1990, Boesch et al.
It's naive to think the industries will control pollution voluntarily," Templet says.
Coexistence and host use by a large community of pierid butterflies: habitat is the templet.
According to a series of studies by Paul Templet of Louisiana State University, healthy environments attract healthy investments - a "startling lesson for those who believe it is necessary to trade one for the other," Schwab writes.
The editorial staff of the CAFA Law Blog is comprised of McGlinchey Stafford attorneys Anthony Rollo and Hunter Twiford, co-editors; Michael Ferachi, senior editor; Jay O'Brien, managing editor; John Rouse, assistant editor; and case analysts Lance Bowling, Angie Christina, Kyle Ferachi, Rose Marie Fiore, Stephanie John, Heather LaSalle, Stephen Masley, Lisa Munyon, Ravi Sangisetty, Jamie Seymour, Julie Skipper, Kaye Templet, Stephanie Tolson, James Wertheim and Jonathan Wilbourn.