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Crispin

Saint, 3rd century ad, legendary Roman Christian martyr, with his brother Crispinian : they are the patron saints of shoemakers. Feast day: Oct. 25
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Crispen PL, Sheinin Y, Roth TJ, Lohse CM, Kuntz SM, Frigola X, et al.
Chawla SN, Crispen PL, Hanlon AL, Greenberg RE, Chen DY, Uzzo RG.
Reagan had kept up the practice even after she had pledged to stop, her spokeswoman, Elaine Crispen, acknowledged that Mrs.
A: There are a few strategies that will help crispen the bottom of single- and double-crust pies.
Small Business Loans and other Capital Sources: Fredrick Crispen with Borrego Springs Bank will discuss how business owners can use SBA loans to finance commercial real estate acquisition or refinance, construction and leasehold improvements, business acquisition and expansion, machinery, equipment and inventory purchases and working capital.
Eddie, Oldbury A There are a lot of reasons for Yorkshire puddings not to work - too much flour so they are stodgy, not enough egg to milk to make them rise and crispen, the oven not hot enough, the trays not hot enough.
Vale ressaltar as limitacoes teoricas da pesquisa, tendo-se em vista que o comportamento de compra e muito complexo e e influenciado por outras variaveis que nao foram abordadas no estudo, como caracteristicas de personalidade (KASSARJIAN, 1971), influencia social (LUO; 2005; YANG; HE; LEE, 2007), e o ambiente da loja (COSTA; LAPVAN, 2006; CRISPEN, 2009).
Samuel and Crispen Chipunza Employee retention and turnover: Using motivational variables African Journal of Business Management Vol.
Concha Y Toro have put together a blend that uses two pinot varieties to crispen up the long, floral and peach chardonnay with grapefruit-centred acidity and a touch of minerals.
Cheryl Crispen, senior vice president for communications for the association, said the LEED designation might help the association sell the building in what is admittedly a tough market.
In the first chapter of The Burning Court, Edward Stevens (the husband of Marie) is on a commuter train from Philadelphia to the village of Crispen, a stop located between Haverford and Bryn Mawr.