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Merrick,

uninc. city (1990 pop. 23,042), Nassau co., SE N.Y., on Long Island. Although chiefly residential, it has some light manufacturing.
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Joel Madden, PE, manager of Merricks Charlotte office said, Merrick is very excited to once again be able to offer our clients land planning, landscape architecture, civil engineering, and surveying, all under one roof.
Merricks said: "To become a double world champion is very special indeed.
Merrick cautions, however, that "because proteins have so many properties, or attributes, and we have the potential to measure them, it spawns many, many platforms, and technologically we haven't sorted out which platforms are the best ones.
Or so Trenton Merricks tells us in Objects and Persons.
In the book here reviewed, Trenton Merricks proposes to eliminate any and all material objects that lack nonredundant causal powers.
But in the spring of 1991, when tax levies for Port Orford schools were voted down, the Merricks decided to move to a place where Sarah and her younger sister Trisha -- then 11 -- could be assured a competent education.
Tom and Charlotte were born in Bahrain, shortly after the Merricks moved here for work.
In a very competitive market the Merricks believe larger premises - 4,200 sq ft now compared to 2,800 sq ft - and better machinery could give it the edge.
Alex Merricks was the one at whom the dozens of scouts were pointing their radar guns.
Birmingham solicitors Merricks which specialised in personal injury claims has been dissolved by its partners.
When the Southern Section declared Merricks ineligible to play at Moorpark, he transferred back to Oxnard High, where he's pitched the past three years and will be eligible to play this season.
Law firms Merricks and Fairmays are to merge, they announced yesterday.