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The resulting conclusion points directly, and only, toward Mendonsa--the same man supported by Benson and the MERL team.
There are 650 new gardens including The Museum of English Rural Life (MERL) herb physic garden, a flower arrangers' garden in Durham and four historic house hotels which originally opened for the NGS in the early 1930s.
The center features a number of cutting-edge technologies including 40 state-of-the-art computers and two MERL Diamond-touch tables, which allow the user to interact with PC-based simulations using a touch screen.
Not completely convinced by this logic, the others who were new to this kind of experience approached the camping site of Merl with some trepidation.
agalactiae are mainly responsible for the mastitis situation in many farms (Merl et al., 2003).
Merl Foga, aged 34, who lives in a flat above the Blandford Road shops said: "We constantly have yobs defecating on our stairs and youths hanging around until 4am causing a nuisance."
With Will Shortz, Ken Burns, Bill Clinton, Bob Dole, the Indigo Girls, Merl Reagle, Jon Stewart, Mike Mussina, and Daniel Okrent.
Will Merl be forced out of her own comfortable house?
The acquisition was structured to replace a nearby loft building at 12 West End Avenue that Merl had recently sold.
It was a fun puzzle by Merl Reagle, one of my favorite constructors.
Developed by Paul Dietz and a team at the Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the iGlassware system signals staff when you're ready for a refill.
Merl the demon (Mathew James) has always been a good ally of Angel's - he wouldn't hurt a fly and has provided useful information on countless occasions.
My birth certificate lists my mother as Joyce Williamson, age 17, and my father as Merl Parker, age 27.