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15) See Hans Bertram Bock,' Granter Grass auf Es-Pe-De-Wahltournee in Wurzburg und Nurnbergtrommelte fur Willy' :Abendzeitung, 15 July 1965, in Gunter Grass: Dokumente zur politischen Wirkung, ed.
b) More university programs will mean more faculty positions and granter number of research grants are researchers argue things like "well thousands of clinicians are using stimulus control techniques in work with their clients but the process of stimulus control is not well researched.
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For instance, in Du'al-iftitah God is addressed in the following way: "the open-handed Granter of good Whose bounties and treasures are not diminished and Whose abundance of giving increases Him in nothing but goodness and generosity.
Thomas's Hospital, London, UK), Granter (pathology, Harvard Medical School) present a two-volume medical textbook that describes the scope of dermatologic pathologies, providing for each one description of clinical features, information on pathogenesis and histological features, and (often) the clinical differential diagnosis.
Emi Nishimura, Scott Granter and David Fisher, from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Children's Hospital in Boston, determined that hair colouration is ultimately determined by the presence of melanocyte stem cells in the hair follicle.
Sue Spear, the charity's wish granter, said she was disappointed to discover that Rebecca would not be able to go backstage at Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to see the car, so she was determined to arrange a suitable alternative.
BLUNDER BORDELL BRANDER BRECHEN CARNALL CASTELL CENTARE CHAPPER CHESTON COLLICE COMENTE CONDITE CORRAGE COSTERS CRISTEN DELATER DESPEND ENCRESS FORTHER FRITTER GRANTER HALLAND HARRIER MARLINE MARRINE MILLINE PARTANE PASTERS PINNATE POLITES SCALLED SERENES SHALDEN SHANKER SHILLET SHIRLEY SLUGGED SOUTHER SWELLED TAINTER TERRANE THESTER TRISTLE UNTIMES WINDLES
The credit granter should be careful to understand if the term "Grupo _____" is simply a name chosen to represent the group as a whole or is indeed the parent corporation for the group.
Edison Charter's scores must start improving again in 2002, warns John Mockler, executive director of the State Board of Education, which is now the school's charter granter.
More disturbing, though, is the alacrity with which our government has taken to representing itself, even to citizens, as a granter of the people's rights rather than as a repository of their will--as in Tom Ridge's remark, "Liberty is the most precious gift we offer our citizens.
Not only does the consumer have to put accurate information on [an application for credit], you have to make sure the credit granter inputs that information and that everything is written clearly," says Junkas.