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brander

To apply furring.
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CICA detailed the real case of Brother John Brander - a pseudonym - to underline the silence of Church and state as thousands of Irish children suffered.
Director, Brander Cancer Research Institute, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY
Brander of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea in Copenhagen.
BOB BRANDER is a regular name on the prize list at Brookside and revelled in a peg thick with small hungry carp on the Snake Pit.
Brander Mathews's autopsy found that the popularity of vaudeville, cliche-ridden material, and competition from the new musicals with women in chorus lines had caused minstrelsy's demise.
Goulder PJ, Tang Y, Brander C, Betts MR, Altfeld M, Annamalai K, et al.
ALL ABOARD FOR LEARNING: Pictured with the ICT bus at Barby near Rugby are (left) library assistant Hayley Ramsey library assistant, Gordon Brander and Mavis Croft.
The 4015 hot print brander with a tape saver motor package is said to improve the marking of rubber and plastic extrusions, offering manufacturers more cost-effective product compliance identification.
Are you a national brander, an efficiency seeker or a niche supplier?
Hollow logs with holes at both ends were acceptable to porcupines before fishers were reintroduced (Brander 1973; Brander and Books 1973; Powell and Brander 1977).
Rotary Brander applies a just-grilled finish to meats, poultry, seafood, vegetables, etc.
In terms of the shear number of papers that followed from James Brander and Barbara Spencer's original insight, strategic trade theory was arguably the most important innovation during the 1980s.