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marked by comprehension, cognizance, and perception

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either side of the body below the waist and above the thigh

the structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrates

(architecture) the exterior angle formed by the junction of a sloping side and a sloping end of a roof

the fruit of a rose plant

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RESULTS: David Howe bt Jay McFarlane (40-37), Kyle Redfearn (Ferryhill) bt Richard Harrsion 40-34, Neil Hepper bt Michal Vosyka 40-36, Jordan King (Hetton-le-Hole) bt Raimond Sneidze 40-37, Anth Hardy by Andrej Cepur 40-35, Jeff Saunders (Sedgefield) bt Chris Truman TKO, Billy Snaith (Ferryhill) by Dan Cope (Hartlepool)
6 Hunt O, Hepper P, Johnston C, Stevenson M, Burden D.
25 for a strong 765kg Blonde from A J Hepper & Son, who sold Limousins at PS1,237.
Lead author Dr Erica Hepper said that the results clearly show that if narcissists are encouraged to consider the situation from their teammate or friend's point-of-view, they are likely to respond in a much more considerate and sympathetic way, which is good for their own wellbeing, as well as for the people around them.
Darlington light-welterweight Neil Hepper boxes for the first time since being blasted out inside a round by Olympic champion Luke Campbell in an infinitely more winnable match against York journeyman Graham Fearn.
That seamlessness shows up in some fairly concrete ways, said Dana Hepper, Oregon advocacy director for Stand for Children, a nonprofit public education advocacy group that supports the new approach.
Clark Hepper, Office of Health Protection Administrator stated that the “new system will enable the South Dakota Department of Health to offer a more efficient way in doing business with the licensing, inspection and records management for our licensed establishments.
Ballistic expert Alan Hepper said the body armour would have prevented a soldier's chest injury but a helmet would not have prevented a head wound.
During the hearing, the coroner was told by Alan Hepper, an armour expert: "It's a big issue.
The college annual general meeting (AGM) was held during the conference and ratified the 3rd edition of the standards and guidelines for safe practice and the education manual The president of the Australian College of Operating Room Nurses, Kim Hepper, attended the conference and AGM.
David Currie, aged 35, spent four years in the agency department of Hepper Robinson, the chartered surveyors, which was bought by Richard Ellis in 1994.
This is the first study that has moved the MHC out of the mating realm," notes Peter Hepper of the Queen's University of Belfast in Northern Ireland.
While no "Go" in terms of narrative cleverness or complexity, this slick indic ensembler does sport enough of an insiderish air to qualify as hepper than "Thank God It's Friday" on updated recreational drugs.