grogram


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a coarse fabric of silk mixed with wool or mohair and often stiffened with gum

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He commended the jury and grogram team's hard work to make this contest wonderfully successful.
As part of GE and KOC's training grogram, 10 KOC mechanical engineers recently completed the extensive competency development training path that covers all rotating equipment technologies as well as control and vibration monitoring systems.
Kehr also serves at the Freeborn County Statewide Health Improvement grogram coordinator (www.
We would like to acknowledge the financial support of RDA for the preparation of this manuscript as a part of the FTA research grogram (#200803A01081247).
Grog was named after Admiral George Vernon, known as "Old Grog" from the grogram or heavy silk boat cloak he wore while pacing the decks of his flagship.
In addition, two plumber shipbuilders graduated at Kvaerner Shipyard's apprenticeship grogram.