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WITH record winter rainfall leaching minerals from the soil and potassium being more aggressive on magnesium than previously thought, farmers are being urged to guard against a potentially greater threat from grass staggers this spring.
Whitney Lee Staggers and William Michael Thompson II were united in marriage at half past five o'clock in the evening on December 4, 2010, at First United Methodist Church in Starkville.
In response, Congress passed the Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act of 1976 and the Staggers Rail Act of 1980.
This SATA feature staggers the spin-up to lower the load on the power supply.
So ridiculously powerful is the suete that as Michel staggers (and I mean staggers) around in the wind, we're convinced that he's got to be pretending, or at least exaggerating.
Barbara Staggers, M.D., M.P.H.,[8] describes some of the characteristics of adolescence as follows: The focus of early adolescence (ages 10-14) includes concentrating on relationships with peers, preoccupation with development, and exploration of the new-found ability to abstract.
With respect to stagger and percent fill, the new scale-up rules state that the same rate of mixing can be expected in different size screws at similar staggers and percent fill.
One Tibetan man staggers toward me clutching a stick.
In her Oscar-winning role in Cabaret, 1972, Liza plays a Weimar version of Pookie Adams: a perky chanteuse with no eyebrows who cheerfully staggers from rejection to rejection (again, by emotionally challenged men).
Farm animals that eat mycotoxin-tainted feed suffer from conditions like "slobber syndrome" and "staggers." Many die or miscarry.
Attending the bride as maid of honor was Whitney Staggers. Bridesmaids were Julia Becking, Sara Lokey, Frances Ray, Jana Berkery, Jenny Cobb, Jenny Gillentine, Amanda McDowell, Meghan Washburn, and Kayla Vaughn.