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A total of 94 ha (233 ac) of intertidal reefs were mapped compared with ~1,600 to ~4,000 ha (4,000-10,000 ac) of subtidal "oyster bottom" mapped or estimated in previous efforts (Livingston 1984, Twichell et al.
Officials considered four routes that had been studied prior to the war before settling on a hybrid course that linked seven airfields built by the United States and Canada in 1941 before Pearl Harbor, with "equipment laboriously brought over frozen winter trails or by river barge and portage during warmer weather," according to Twichell.
Clemens (Mark Twain) and Joseph Hopkins Twichell. Theirs was a rich exchange.
Christian Liberalism, Joseph Twichell, and Mark Twain's 'Huckleberry Finn.'" Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 88.1-2 (2005): 43-70.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 13, 2014--SunTrust Robinson Humphrey hires Frangul, Twichell and Wegener
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-May 13, 2014--SunTrust Robinson Humphrey hires Frangul, Twichell and Wegener
Wes Frangul, Jonathan Twichell and Mark Wegener have joined the firm as managing directors, bringing nearly 90 years of combined experience in delivering financial solutions to a broad range of business and corporate clients.
They hired architect Dane Twichell and landscape architect Rob Steiner to overhaul their new place, a corner lot with expanses of lawn and concrete.
(10.) This comment appears in a letter to Joseph Twichell dated 13 Sept.
While literature is replete with debates over the stability of AGO; that is, whether goal orientation should be operationalised as a state or as a trait (Cellar, Stuhlmacher, Young, Fisher, Adair, Haynes, & Twichell, 2011; Payne, Youngcourt & Beaubien, 2007; DeShon & Gillespie, 2005; VandeWalle, Cron, & Slocum, 2001; Button, Mathieu, & Zajac, 1996), converging evidence suggests that trait and state goal orientation interact, so both operationalisations should be considered simultaneously (DeGeest & Brown, 2011).
Further evidence of these dual tendencies rests on the deep religiosity Ives shared with his wile, the minister's daughter Harmony Twichell, his fascination with Transcendentalism, in which "ideals of uplift again mate with earthiness and egalitarianism," and his Progressivist proposal for a Twentieth Amendment to the U.S.
Chase Twichell, Horses Where the Answers Should Have Been: New & Selected Poems, Copper Canyon P, 2010