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Botany (of leaves, flowers, etc.) turned away from the main stem
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Are the "Treasury and IRS aware" of transactions that they wish to prevent, as they aver in the preamble to the proposed regulations, or are they concerned that there "might" be transactions that they wish to discover and evaluate?
Following hip replacement surgery, physical therapy is routinely used, either in a home health, out-patient, or a rehabilitation setting," says Dale Avers, PT, DPT, PhD, a professor in physical therapy at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY.
When you get to know people across any level of difference, then walls are broken down," Chaiken avers.
Instead of exploding the symbolic power of brand imagery, Lasn hopes to substitute the "nuclear glow" of his own anti-logo, but this "glow," he avers, will be rooted in sincerely held beliefs and values rather than the "cynical mindfucks" of corporate marketers.
The Thaumaste episode, Gauna avers, exemplifies Rabelais's semi-sympathetic struggle with the magus tradition he will later espouse.
In his overall summary, Giesselmann avers that the causes of protest were always complex, and that his historical data cannot be fitted into the mold of a "social-scientific causal model.
The preamble avers that Treasury is concerned about expanding the distribution costs exception to the UNICAP rules.
With creativity, discipline, determination and hard work," Patterson avers, "we will enter the 21st century as a strong nation.
Such a gyroscope, Buffington avers, is accurate enough not to be fooled by spurious torques.
1:03-cv-00955-SEB-WTL, seeking damages and injunctive relief on behalf of Guidant from its directors and senior officers for injury the Pension Fund avers Guidant's executives inflicted upon the company through their failure to oversee its operations.
She was predeceased by her brothers, Lenny and Teddy Avers, and by her sister, Florence Solomon.
Cheap, easy to make and instantly addictive, crystal meth is burning a hole through rural America," avers the story's subtitle.