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to form letters, characters, or words on a surface with an instrument

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French playwright (1791-1861)

informal terms for journalists

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someone employed to make written copies of documents and manuscripts

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a sharp-pointed awl for marking wood or metal to be cut

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score a line on with a pointed instrument, as in metalworking

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One of the advantages of this process is that it can generally be performed in the same cycle time, or sometimes even shorter, as a standard blow molded part," said Sopher.
Behavioral intention can also be considered as rare, since the conviction related to technology acceptance may be difficult to generate, as is illustrated by the challenges firms are facing in adopting MDA (Prest and Sopher 2014).
There's no doubt that the budget cuts in education had an impact on how we do staffing," Sopher said.
The recipients of Germany's official decoration, Sadik Al-Azm, Neil MacGregor and Eva Sopher, are international figures who have close ties to the country, and contribute to intercultural understanding, in the spirit of the Goethe-Institut.
Sopher adds the accelerator did more than offer her investment capital.
The shapes of the scars were chosen corresponding to the modeling work of Sopher et al.
VIRGINIA--Vanessa Adams, Jeff Askew, Joe Baron, Daphne Bethune, Tracia Brown, Maria Campos, Robert Campbell, Joni Massie Cox, Robin Crawford, Clemmie Davidson, Shirley Davis, Sherida Davis-Bryan, Zugeilie Diaz, Stephen Easley, Larry Edmonds, Mary Foster, Stephen Gillespie, Richard Grace, Angela Green, Shanda Hill, Keith Johnson, LaTanya Johnson, Gale Jones, Karen Lambright, Sandra Martin, Delores Massie, Teresa Mosely, Trinity Rae Nelson, Michelle Nolley, Sanaa Patterson, Joan Da Silva Perkins, Nicole Perrine, Andrew Ponton, David Rogers, Bircleana Rosenbaum, Jimmy Rosenbaum, Ron Sopher, Darlene Stephenson, Sarah Thomas, Sabrina Thron-Ezell, Marshall Trotter, Annie Walton, Pamela Williams
For instance, coordination failure is less following a temporary increase in the gains of coordinating (Brandts and Cooper 2006b), if there is pre-play communication (Blume and Ortmann 2007; Brandts and Cooper 2007; Chaudhuri, Schotter, and Sopher 2009), and if players opt in to play the game (Cachon and Camerer 1996).
Aviva Sopher at the Endocrine Society's annual meeting.
The winner at Heritage Gallery was Jan Sopher, from Eaglescliffe.
Nesses termos, Sopher procura tratar a religiao dentro de uma estrutura de quatro temas geograficos culturais:
El estudio de Chaudhuri, Sopher y Strand (2002) da cuenta de lo senalado, lo que sugiere que las relaciones de cooperacion y confianza coexisten simbioticamente.
Deamond van der Water, Isabel Phiri, Namsoon Kang, Roderick Hewitt and Sarojini Nadar (Upland, CA: Sopher, 2010), 128.