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Feary, Sue 2007 Chainsaw Dreaming: Indigenous Australians and the forest sector, unpublished PhD thesis, The Australian National University, Canberra.
Fish which are regularly targeted appeared to have a pretty fair idea of the 3m range of the typical rifle-style speargun used by the local PNG fishers", explains lead author Dr David Feary of University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
Brandon Rogers, Patrick Fetherston, Caine Taylor, Giles Foster-Hall and Simon Feary.
oh] And it's old and old it's sad and old it's sad and weary [that] I go back to you, my cold father, my cold mad feary father, till the near sight of the mere size of him, the moyles and moyles of it, moan- an- oan- ing, makes me seasilt saltsick and I rush, my only, into your arms.
1996), o cao (COLLINS & LIBAL, 1983; FEARY et al.
Body 2 Fit was set up by Robert and fellow director Joy Feary last September following the success of Physio 2 Fit, a private physiotherapy and sports injury clinic.
Worried about the obvious strain the law had put on families in the neighborhood, Kendall-Whittier Principal Judy Feary and her staff were also deeply concerned about the fallout on their school.
En otro estudio sobre personalidad limite y trastornos alimentarios, Meyer, Leung, Feary y Mann (2001) encontraron que en un grupo de 61 mujeres estudiantes de educacion media se correlacionaron los sintomas bulimicos y la creencia defectuosidad/ verguenza.
avatar of Le Fanu's mad feary father: "Though I loved him very
Ethicist Vaughana Macy Feary in her essay, "Sexual Harassment: Why the Corporate World Still Doesn't Get It," defends sexual harassment policies saying, "Even the most liberal moral theories acknowledge that harm to others is our strongest moral reason for restricting liberty.
At the end of mass Fr Brendan Feary spoke of the memories people had of the couple.
Helen Feary is information manager for Information Resources, tel: 01344 746000.