The thinking then went that the Patriots released Browner
, who could have earned about $5.
in lowering the flow rate," Browner
said in an MSNBC "Morning Joe" interview.
said BP had been told to drill another relief well in case the first did not work.
Chu, Jackson and Browner
share the president-elect's unswaying conviction that the United States must join, and even lead, the global fight against climate change.
So if you've got pale skin and want a browner
complexion with the help of a good fake tan, make sure you exfoliate first and apply moisturiser to very dry areas like elbows and knees.
Don't be deceived by "naturally milled" and browner
is currently a senior fellow at the Aspen Institute's Program of Energy, the Environment and the Economy.
Is CATALINA's boob browner
than the rest of her because it's closer to the sun?
According to Browner
(2000), "In Colombia it meant that a man who impregnates a woman had the right to deny paternity, abandon the woman, or insist on abortion.
In a letter to the agency, the UCS asked EPA Administrator Carol Browner
to release information on the crop approvals, which UCS said were made by EPA more than eight months ago.
Underscoring the value of this public-private initiative, EPA administrator Carol Browner
said, "If all building owners followed the example of those who have already achieved the Energy Star Building Label, we would reduce our nation's energy bill by more than $130 billion over just 15 years.
EPA Administrator Carol Browner
said, "Americans have made significant progress in improving our air quality and protecting public health, but real challenges still remain.
Bluewater is also petitioning EPA Administrator Carol Browner
to assess the impacts of cruise ship wastestreams on the marine environment, to formulate recommendations, and act to better regulate them.
, GM's executive director of media operations, says in a statement sent to E&P that there are various strengths that prompt the automaker to make newspapers "an important part of our media mix.
EPA administrator Carol Browner
called the decision "one of the most bizarre and extreme decisions ever rendered" in environmental law and said that if it were allowed to stand, 1 million Americans would suffer serious respiratory illnesses and 15,000 would die prematurely.