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creel

1. a wickerwork basket, esp one used to hold fish
2. a wickerwork trap for catching lobsters, etc.

creel

[krēl]
(textiles)
A frame for holding the correct number of bobbins or balls of roving in the appropriate position during the winding process.
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I am proud of the railroaders who continue to work tirelessly 24-7 to move this record Canadian crop for the farming community," added Creel.
Creel studied law at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, and received a master's degree in law from the University of Michigan.
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That is not necessarily a bad thing, but these kinds of transactions can lower a credit score, which could mean a higher interest rate and a bigger monthly mortgage payment, Creel said.
Family, friends and colleagues of Creel have worked tirelessly to honor his memory by increasing the public's focus on work zone safety.
Reporting to Creel will be Jane O'Hagan, EVP & CMO, Scott MacDonald, SVP Operations System, Guido De Ciccio, SVP Canadian Operations and Doug McFarlane, SVP US Operations.
The five-fish daily creel limit and all other fishing regulations remain unchanged.
Diane Creel is Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Ecovation Inc.
7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Keith Creel, executive vice-president and chief operating officer of CN (TSX: CNR)(NYSE: CNI), will address the Goldman Sachs Industrials Conference 2012 at 9.
It's essentially blizzard conditions up there,'' said Curt Creel, a dispatcher for the Heartland Fire Authority.
The current fitness market backlog is over 60 units, and we expect to have systems installed in 300 clubs by the year-end," Creel said.
Creel, age 63, as a director of the company, for a term that expires at the company's annual meeting in 2013.