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Synonyms for heft

the property of being large in mass

test the weight of something by lifting it

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For more information on John Heft and Kenneth Cornell's Current Trends in the Environmental Marketplace presentation at the 2018 IRMI Energy Risk & Insurance Conference please contact New Day Underwriting Managers at 609 298-3516 or visit www.
The CMA compared this to the wide-ranging nature of the benefits identified by the hospitals and NHS Improvement, which would benefit most patients at HEFT.
Heft, who is engaged in deprogramming of extremists, was all praise about the Prince Muhammad bin Naif Counseling Center that was instrumental in changing the mindset of hundreds of Saudi militants, and said he was looking forward to meet with its officials to exchange ideas and expertise.
Heft uses his book to move away from an excessive concern about the practical and financial issues, acknowledging that a much deeper issue exists behind problems with finances striking at the core of what it means for a school to be Catholic.
This creates a need to put more materials or devices through a smaller ID tube," Heft explains.
Betsy Ross may have sewn her famed banner by hand, but Heft didn't have much experience with sewing.
Also, broiler chickens are bred to heft up quickly.
After all, these crack corporate firefighters heft a host of techniques for dealing with white-hot economic upheaval.
Heft handmade the 50-star version of the American flag as part of a school assignment.
The English weekly The Tablet quotes mainly opponents of the document, such as Fathers Richard McBrien and James Heft, Sister Margaret Farley, and Archbishop Rembert Weakland.
Put simply, "the traditional kids syndication business is pretty much a thing of the past," says Bohbot Kids prexy John Heft.
Heft, chancellor of the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio, and chair of the Commission on Catholic Scholarship, the group overseeing the institute's formation, the institute will operate independently of the church's hierarchy and of any particular institution.
Heften 1 and 2 of Schumann-Studien appeared in 1988 and 1989, respectively, but a gap of five years intervened before the publication of Heft 3/4.
He lets Tiffany Heft flirt with us as a latter-day Ginger as she merges with the music.
The figures, from the NHS Litigation Authority, put only Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, in London, ahead of HEFT, after it paid out a total of PS23.