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BrotherWatch cannot abide her rhetorical excesses and ideological extremes, and the underlying emotional cauldron of hatred which animates so much of what Ann Coulter says and does," Botchers wrote.
Intrepid bird watchers, word botchers, and phrase-hunters will never rest until they track down the answer.
The Welsh have been revealed as the DIY botchers of Britain - obsessed with trying to 'do it all' themselves, but ending up spending a fortune on calling in the professionals to save their wrecked homes.
This city has suffered twice over - from being razed to the ground by the RAF and then rebuilt by the master botchers of the Soviet Union.
118) When Laughlin's diploma arrived, a New York luncheon was arranged, where the German Consul General Botchers, "himself a Heidelberg man," honored the American eugenicist.
Also on interdisciplinary lines, Kathleen Ashley examines the conjunction between the messages of the dramatic text (the York Cycle) and of the occasion of performance (the visit of Henry VII to York in 1487), together with the ironies of relationship between the content of plays and the guild-identity of the performers, though she does not catch the satire on 'typical' work attitudes in the Play of the Crucifixion, where the soldiers come across as self-righteous botchers rather than 'conscientious and skilled workmen'.
Contact Robert Botchers, Lawrence Livermore National Lab.
The Lanxess portfolio for the coatings industry includes: Botchers, a leading producer of additives for coatings, paints, pigment concentrates, inks, and other applications; Functional Chemicals including Levanyl and Levanox self-dispersing, solvent-free pigment grades, which are ideally suited for the coloration of paint systems, and a wide variety of specialty applications; inorganic pigments including Bayferrox and Colortherm for coatings, plastics, and specialty applications; and material protection products including Biochek, Tektamer, Metasol and Preventol brands of biocides and preservatives.