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a tract of open rolling country (especially upland)

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"A key question here is how are changes in the sperm and eggs passing on the information to the offspring to cause this heart dysfunction?" Wold said.
Wold said, "As a native Tennessean, it is truly an honor to receive this recognition from my home state's emergency management professionals.
It's unclear whether the climbers were moving or camping at the time of the accident, Wold said.
"We want our parks to be safe for everybody, both the public and city staff," Wold said.
I've known Ian for years through owning horses and having runners at Beverley, and Wold Construction has sponsored on our Journal ladies' day for several years.
"We thought this would be a fun and very worthwhile event since education is important to us," said SFCU Marketing/Business Development Vice President Margaret Wold. "Our business development staff and SFCU student reps loved the idea and tweeting was right up their alley."
Wold Champion title holder Turkey who managed to defeat Hungary (6-1) and Russia (5-2) defeated Georgia in the last competition in its group making its way to the final.
Picture House, Edinburgh, November 3 It was a case of right gig, wrong venue for American bluesman Steven Wold. For much of the two-part set he was sitting down, out of view of people behind the sound desk.
The commanding officer of the RAF's remote radar head at Staxton Wold, North Yorkshire often acts as the base's representative at official functions in nearby Searborough.
Steven Gene Wold, commonly known as Seasick Steve, is a Mississippi bluesman, although he prefers to be called "a song and dance man".
Marge Wold; A GIRL GROWS IN OLD CHICAGO: MEMORIES FROM THE HEART OF THE GIRL GROWN OLD; AuthorHouse (Biographies and Memoirs) $7.90 ISBN: 9781438903460
We assessed writing skill through the analytic scoring scale for the writing measure of the Wechsler Objective Language Dimensions (WOLD; Wechsler, 1996; Rust, 1996) and computed measures of text length given the relationships between text length and quality for elementary school students (Gansle, Noell, VanDerHeyden, Naquin, & Slider, 2002; Graham et al., 1997).
"I didn't want to look at it because everyone was shocked." Under cross-examination from his defence lawyer Peter Wold, he told the court: "I don't really remember much about the incident.
Wold, Unni, Sim (all Mayo Clinic), Sundaram (Cleveland Clinic), and Adler (University of Freiburg) summarize the symptoms, radiographic findings, differential diagnosis, and treatment of 80 orthopedic tumors and non-tumorous conditions.
The fourth edition of The World Paint File has been published by The Coatings Group, dmg wold media 1td.