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It appears, therefore, that Brown and Trusty have imposed a subtext to CSCP literature, which was never intended.
Trusty investigated the applicability of the LTED model for racial-ethnic groups and found that the model did fit well for Asian Americans, Latinos, and Whites.
At a typical rehearsal with sixty dancers, Stroman's three assistants are constantly reviewing the counts; her trusty collaborator Glen Kelly is at the piano; and principal dancers Tom Gold, Maria Kowrowski, and Damian Woetzel are bursting with enthusiasm.
When I say yes to something, I do it all the way," admits Sabato, laughing, when asked if he plans to doff his trusty Calvin Klein briefs for the role.
His trusty typewriter, an elderly friend from his hospital days, and his search for the man who caused his accident provide the threads that drive his story forward.
Jim Hayles, 79, from Shanklin on the Isle of Wight, handed over his trusty Honda Accord and pounds 6500 in return for a Mitsubishi Shogun.
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Despite the danger, she still holds on to her trusty mascara and finds time to shop.
There has been a lot of talk recently about your trusty toothbrush and whether you really can trust it.
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Dr George Trusty was trying to remove a tooth from Brandy Fanning's upper jaw when he got carried away with the hit song Car Wash.
Dressed in full cowboy attire, Robert Basgali rode his trusty horse at a gallop past the audience at Will Rogers State Historic Park.