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Synonyms for fluorine

a nonmetallic univalent element belonging to the halogens

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Florine Stettheimer: Painting Poetry at the Jewish Museum provides the welcome opportunity to rethink that question with a second look, allowing the chance, as she put it, "to see her light.
KW: Reverend Florine Thompson says: You are one of my all-time favorites.
Florine, supervisor, the lobby lounge, has been the smile and soul of the lounge for more than 10 years.
She is survived by her children, Halena Greenleaf and her longtime companion, Mark Mowry of Thompson, CT and Paul Greenleaf of Pittsburgh, PA; siblings, Lorraine Plonski, Roger Ouellette and his wife Rita, Florine Ouellette, all of Worcester, MA, Leo Ouellette and his wife Barbara of Polk City, FL, Evelyn Brown and her husband Thomas of Yonkers, NY and Dianne Luperchio and her husband James of High Point, NC; and many nieces and nephews.
The Turk, who had a comfortable ten-point lead over second-placed Florine Bramervaer of the Netherlands, finished the 12-race series with 11 nett points.
Names like Florine "Pie" Champaign, Noah Schexnider or Allen Airhart's Cajun Calls represent some of the old Louisiana callmakers, with Faulk and Haydels still producing great calls in the Louisiana style.
This is followed by a chapter by Florine Asselbergs, who extends her work on the role of Tlaxcalans and other Spanish allies in the conquest of Mexico and Central America by focusing on Nahua scribes who, while working in a colonial context where indigenous documents could be subject to censorship, produced records that encoded subtle references to prehispanic beliefs and values.
Maria, 26, and her partner Florine have had to use foodbanks after she went on maternity leave.
Florine Kastelein in the April 1 issue of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology (doi:10.
Additionally, other figures, mentioned in Levitov's Jewish Museum essay, became extensions of Gertrude's influence and social model back in America, sometimes in direct contact with Leo Stein: Mabel Dodge Luhan, especially; but also Agnes Meyer, Katherine Dreier, and the Stettheimer sisters, one of whom, Florine, became an artist (plate 45) in her own right (and even designed stage sets and costumes later for the Virgil Thompson/Gertrude Stein opera, Four Saints in Three Acts).
The playful, assured charisma of Nina Kaptsova as Princess Florine is another performance to treasure.
Formally, the ceramics of the protagonists are as far apart as American artist Florine Stettheimer's (1871-1944) output is from that of British sculptor Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975).
And it is in this way, in the way that Florine Stettheimer's paintings disclose themselves to me as surfaces, that I love them.
The organisation's monthly welfare event was organised by workers' welfare sub-committee volunteers Florine Mathias, Nalini Vipin and Malathy Balamurali.
Frank Gillis began treating Florine Bryant at Lister Healthcare (Lister) in 1999.