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An experienced bird was a bird that had previous pairing experience on the study site.
Mansfield sees some comparisons between Cho and DeGreiff and that pairing.
MOTTO BY WHICH I WORK: I don't take pairing cheese and wine lightly -- it deserves serious contemplation.
Without an appropriate pairing of mentor and protege, a mentoring program most likely will fail to attain program goals and objectives.
Because the ownership and operation functions are bundled under the paired structure through the pairing of the REIT and the non-REIT corporation, shareholders come as close as possible to actually owning real estate.
I enumerate the first and second member of each pair, and examine the pairing, below:
GOTEBORG, Sweden -- Jeppesen has successfully completed delivery of the industry-leading Carmen Crew Pairing optimization software to the Australian airline Qantas.
Hard and fast rules of wine and food pairing may be a thing of the past, but a few basic matchmaking "do's" make sense and serve only to enhance the dining experience.
Scheduled for release in 2001, The Brew Master's Table will outline the art of pairing food and beer.
Pairing the visual arts with poetry is the brainchild of Conejo Valley Poetry Society Director J.
This pairing is facilitated by vibrations of the material's crystal lattice.
Together they offer the Dow's Cheese Course, a sales and education program aimed at restaurants to promote the pairing and consumption of fine Ports with artisan American cheeses.