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(Old Testament) wife of Isaac and mother of Jacob and Esau

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Led by the vision and collaboration talents of Rebeccah Sanders, and with the support of its chapters and members, Audubon Chicago Region will achieve new levels of bird conservation success and expand its engagement of vital communities.
Under-16 girls: 1, Rebeccah Williams (Cardiff); =3 Jessica Prince (Gwent Sword Club); =3 Madeline Parle-Smith (Cardiff).
edu/place/58, accessed October 21, 2010; Rebeccah E.
DAILY POST Page In a report to members Rebeccah Lowry, Wrexham council's Economic Development Manager, has asked members to back the plans.
Dr Rebeccah Slater, of University College London, said: "It is vital to understand how the brain develops so we can give the best care.
Editors: At Gannett's Tallahassee Democrat in Florida, Rebeccah Cantley has been named managing editor; previously, she was content editor, a job she'd held since 2009.
Peacefully on 6th January 2011, aged 95 years, Winifred, beloved wife of the late Charles, dearly loved mam of Ann and John and mother-in-law of Margaret, devoted gran of Mark, John and David and great gran of Ryan, Scott, Rebeccah, Joshua and Cameron.
Rebeccah Slater of University College London and colleagues pricked the heels of 59 newborns with a small blade - a procedure that was required anyway to draw a blood sample - and monitored pain activity in the brain and spine using electrode caps.
Researcher Dr Rebeccah Slater, from University College, London, now wants sucrose banned until further tests because of the effect of pain on neurological development in children.
Rebeccah Vick has 20 years experience in public libraries and is children's and youth librarian at Pittwater Library.
Rebeccah Lee Beller is a partner at Beller & Bustamante, P.
Rebeccah Slater (UK): Measuring pain in the human infant brain
LEVEL 2 - British Racing School Craig Bevan (C Gordon), Portia Booth (L Featherstone), Laura Gardner (W Swinburn), James Harding (R Phillips), Rebeccah Hayman (A Reid), Charlotte Jenner (L Mongan), Noriyuki Masuda (C Brittain), Charlotte Mitchell (J Pearce), Alex Phillips (J Pearce), Fiona Sands (G Butler), Kirsten Smith (M Bosley), Amie Trow (D Lanigan), Hannah Turner (C Wall), Aoi Watanabe (C Brittain), Chelsea Wilson (R Hobbs).
Now Rebeccah Slater and colleagues at University College, London, have shown that babies may be in pain without any of these signs showing up.
Dr Rebeccah Slater, from University College London, said: "Pain assessment based on behavioural tools alone should be interpreted with caution as they could under-estimate the total pain response.