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But most of us don't own a passel of bird dogs; we have one or two.
Passel (2006) estimated that undocumented migrants constituted approximately 24 % of all workers employed in farming occupations, 17 % in cleaning, 14 % in construction, and 12 % in food preparation industries.
They can produce a passel of emails they have sent out.
My hope is that the passel of fascinating South Side baseball history presented in this and the online edition will compensate for Minnie's absence.
If the parents have a passel of children and seem frazzled, how much kinder it would be to help, distract or smile rather than seethe in silence and castigate them to everyone within earshot after they have left.
A passel of librarians just did two very cool things.
SARASOTA MAGAZINE TOP DOCTORS PARTY Toni Schemmel, Jodi Emrick, Jo Rutstein, Bob Emrick; Leonie Van Passel, Julio Cantero; Rekha and Deven Dave
A half-century-old forgotten film about drugs from Iran--written by the James Bond author and featuring a passel of major Western stars from the 1950s and 1960s--will be seen at this week's Iranian Film Festival in San Francisco.
She has three children, and a passel of grandkids back home and she wished it were cheaper to talk to them on the phone.
Jeffrey Passel, a demographer with the Pew Hispanic Research Center, has been involved in making these estimations since he worked at the U.
But in 2010, angry voters gave three of those offices to Republicans in addition to electing a passel of them to the Legislature, and Arkansas became a two-party state.
The undocumented community is thought to be predominantly single males; however, single adult males only accounted for 23% of the undocumented population (Fortuny, Capps, & Passel, 2007).
These temperatures were converted into equivalent chill temperatures according to SIPLE and PASSEL (2,3), and according to Danielsson (4) using the wind speed measured at Ulrichen.
That trend is expected to continue, with Hispanics "squarely within their peak fertility," with a population median age of 27, according to the report, citing Pew Hispanic Center demographer Jeffrey Passel.
But a growing proportion of ELLs are middle and high school students who have distinctive needs that are often not well met (Capps, Fix, Murray, Ost, Passel, & Herwantoro, 2005; Ruiz-de-Velasco & Fix, 2000).