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Synonyms for sow

Synonyms for sow

to put (seeds) into the ground for growth

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Synonyms for sow

an adult female hog

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place (seeds) in or on the ground for future growth

place seeds in or on (the ground)

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Sowers, who is an associate professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire, drew direct and indirect connections between human well-being and environmental challenges facing the Middle East in particular.
Members of nonstate armed groups, such as al Qaeda, who also do work that could be characterized as journalism, would continue to be unprivileged belligerents notwithstanding their work as journalists," Sowers said.
I wasn't throwing down Fats Domino or anything like that, but I started taking piano at 6 and have just never quit,'' Sowers said in an interview earlier this year.
In a statement, Sowers explained that the Turkish government employs a complex, inward processing scheme that creates disruptive incentives to its milling industry to export flour regardless of price.
The holding company of Bank of Manhattan N A (Bank) Manhattan Bancorp (OTCBB:MNHN) on Friday promoted Rick L Sowers as EVP and newly created role chief banking officer, of the Bank.
Wearing Calvin Klein tuxedoes with red vests and ties and single rose boutonnieres, groomsmen were Jamie Latrell Shoemake of Richton; Daniel Matthew Sowers, brother-in-law of the bride, of Ridgeland; and Parker Austin Sowers and Peyton Cole Sowers, nephews of the bride, both of Ridgeland.
Sowers described several such experiences he had in his career that pushed him to the edge.
Sowers Workshop in Theoretical Physics (1st: 2007: Blacksburg, VA) Ed.
MaryFran Sowers, lead researcher and professor of epidemiology at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, said that the research has also shown that in women without existing atherosclerosis, hormone therapy use included some positive effects on lipids but also some negative effects related to heart health.
Sowers struggles mightily to make the science, religion, and mega-violence of Preston's story palatable for the listener.
CHICAGO -- The presence of an impaired metabolism exacerbates the impact of obesity as a risk factor for developing knee osteoarthritis and is associated with reduced physical functioning, Mary Fran Sowers, Ph.
School-based learning opportunities are particularly important for people with cognitive developmental disabilities who, unlike their peers without cognitive disabilities, may have limited opportunities to participate in social, work, volunteer, and community activities; and thus may have limited exposure to occupational role models (Callahan & Garner, 1997; Sowers et al.
George Guthrie Scott Sowers Dick Wagner Richard Sheridan Willis James Ginty Jacob Milne Geoffrey Carson Michael Rudko Ruth Carson Carla Harting Alastair Carson Mason Quilty Francis Cedric Lilly President Mageeba Jerome Preston Bates Ensemble Caroline Tamas
Mark Sowers has been promoted to director and Business Unit manager for TBE's Ft.