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In addition, as part of the national Design Network, of which David Tittle is Chair, MADE can also draw on high-profile professionals from outside the region when a hybrid local/ national panel is required.
Tittle was drawn to insurance because it was a people business and he was a people person, said his 47-year-old son John, CEO of Y.
Tittle said his Sailors are taking full advantage of their training.
Would those long trips on the Interstate be a tittle less dreary if the road signs knew your name?
Instead, the ruling should "embolden other schools to took a tittle differently at protecting their rights," since there is now a legal precedent, he says.
The recently released listening figures which show a drop in those tuning into BBC Five Live have perhaps got something to do with a football programme based on baseless rumour and tittle tattle.
While he says Sierra machines are a tittle more expensive than some of its competitors, Howard says their quality and productivity are worth it.
Unfortunately books, schools, and laboratories have too tittle basic information about the engineering properties of plastics.
It's always been a dream of mine to write something for Frances, and tittle did I realize I had
18, which featured freelance philosophy professor Peg Tittle, who advocates that would-be parents be licenced.
Tittle and Johnny Unitas, should be good enough for us.
Not surprisingly, a bestseller this big has generated whole libraries of books explaining, interpreting, and commenting on its meaning, history, and importance--as well as monstrous concordances tracking and counting every jot and tittle appearing between Genesis and Revelation.
Kidpreneurs Konference program manager, explained, "This year, we plan to take the participants to a gospel recording studio so they can see a tittle bit of what happens behind the scenes when recording a song.
Tittle is based on the famous photo of Tittle on his knees after a hard tackle, helmet-less, with blood running down his face.
More troubling, however, is the demand to document every jot and tittle.