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a continuous low-pitched droning sound

to make a continuous low-pitched droning sound

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seed vessel having hooks or prickles

rough projection left on a workpiece after drilling or cutting

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United States politician who served as vice president under Jefferson

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rotary file for smoothing rough edges left on a workpiece

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small bit used in dentistry or surgery

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remove the burrs from

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"I'm like a high school guidance counselor because people are coming to me looking for direction," Buhr said.
The idea is to reach an adequate balance and to "ensure that cloud requirements are taken into account," said Buhr.
It is something that we do every year and with a lot of passion and joy, because it is the first step to embrace Christmas," said Buhr.
"It doesn't seem to have anything that locks out competition," Buhr said.
High Honors: Kayla Brindisi, Payton Bruegger, Sean Buhr, Jonathan Daly, Patricio Fuentes, Brian Gasco, Chelsea Hamilton, Samantha Latour, Elizabeth Matson, Matthew McGinty, Allison Murray, Cierra O'Day, Jacob Santon, Miranda Simpson, Timothy Smith, Kaitlyn Warren
James Aycock, Alabama; Raymond Banks, California; Fredrick Becker, Texas; Dennis Breslin, New York; Robert Brooks, Florida; Jeanette Bucklew, Iowa; Debra Buhr, Missouri; Joseph Burch, New York; Peggy Burke, Virginia; Richard Byrd, Ohio; Robert Carter, Alabama; Timothy Carter, Alabama; Steve Casperson, Wisconsin; Larry Chandler, Kentucky; Jasper Clay, Maryland; Terry Collins, Ohio; Karen Conly, Canada; Rebecca Craig, California; John Crans, Pennsylvania; James Curington, Florida; Michael David, Wyoming; Marc Dewaele, Pennsylvania; Morris Easley, Louisiana; Ronald Edwards, Ohio; Darla Elliott, Arizona; Emile Fallo, Louisiana; M.
Buhr conducts an empirical investigation with Canadian Census data that isolates the major factors that are likely to cause wage differentials and concludes that in the Canadian nursing field, at least, immigrants suffer wage penalties that seem to be due to their national origin.
Travelport has named Michael Buhr as CEO of consumer and new ventures, a step toward consumer markets.
(USA); Andrew Hetzel, Founder and President of Cafemakers LLC (USA); Daniel Stokes, Senior Manager of Resource Development, Transfair USA; Tammo de Buhr of HTH Hamburger Teehandel GmbH Im- & Export; and Stephen Morrisey, 2008 World Barista Champion.
"North American travelers have no clue what a train in Europe looks like," says Frederick Buhr, Rail Europe's vice president of e-business.
According to Buhr (2003), the broadest economic version of the term "infrastructure"--referring to the works of List (1841) and Malinowski (1944)--dates back to Jochimsen (1966)'s book on the theory of infrastructure, in which the author aims to present preparatory studies for a modern theory of the development of a market economy based on the study of infrastructure endowment.
For all groups, caregiver lack of specialized skills and their own health problems have been cited as reasons for placing family members (Buhr, Kuchibhatla, & Clipp, 2006).