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of or like a feeble old woman

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Benton, 2000; Forey, 2001, 2002 and other articles in the February 2002 issue of the journal Taxon; Dyke, 2002; other articles in this issue of the Botanical Review), while the response by advocates has been anile (de Queiroz & Cantino, 2001; Bryant & Cantino, 2002).
At the heart of the social work endeavor is the formation of a therapeutic alliance and, as we have argued elsewhere, social workers often are sought to provide assessments in difficult situations, such as court-mandated evaluations, because of their ability to join with an individual or family to develop a more authentic understanding of their situations and attitudes (Regehr & Anile, 1997).
The 2002 Chefs' Holidays schedule is a compelling assembly of diverse and fascinating industry experts," said James Anile, Executive Chef of The Ahwahnee.
Dominick Anile has been named vice president of sales for the entire upholstery fabric line.
By drawing on the successful business experience of both ITMA member companies and the YHFP, we expect to attract the future talent of our home furnishings industry to this valuable internship program," said Dominick Anile, chairman of the ITMA internships committee and vice president of sales and marketing at Culp.