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Melinda

["Melinda: Linda with Multiple Tuple Spaces", S. Hupfer, <hupfer-susanne@yale.edu> YALEU/DCS/RR-766, Yale U Feb 1990].
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8220;Our most functional and best anticipated accessory yet,” said Malinda Johnson, Owner of Open Road Biker Gear, LLC.
She went flying through the air," dpa quoted Malinda Dunwoodie as saying.
American nurse Malinda Markowitz, vice president of National Nurses United, addressed the annual conference on the Californian victory and their current campaign to extend ratios to the rest of the United States.
Finally, we would also like to thank Darryl Leroux and Malinda Smith for organizing the Review Articles and Debates section of this issue.
com, announced the launch of a new fashion and beauty web series, Miracle Makeover, featuring award-winning actress Malinda Williams.
This is exciting new work that shows just how socially attuned and motivated very young children are," said Dr Malinda Carpenter of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
Across the globe, including in Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Bill and Malinda Gates Foundation runs projects to eradicate polio and has been helping efforts to fight the disease.
Khursid then returned with the ball, dismissed opener Hiran Malinda to yield just 16 runs in his four overs to later earn the Man of Match award.
Donations came from Namib Mills, Coca-Cola Namibia Bottling Company, Chairperson of the DTS Sports Club Gerd Jessen donated 240 scarves and 240 beanies, Gunter Leicher, Hartlief, Wingoc, Susan Nel Photography, Volleyball Chairperson Malinda Snyman and Pep Stores will give a 5 percent on all the purchased blankets.
The 38-year-old has been married before, to his "Uninvited Guest" co-star Malinda Williams.
She was born the daughter of Willard and Malinda (Tedder) Lane, born in Timmonsville, SC December 10th 1935.
The donation of these monitors will greatly enhance the quality of the educational experience of our students," says Malinda Whipple, EMS program co-coordinator.