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drey

, dray
a squirrel's nest
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28) Indeed, Drey pointed out that truthful tradition can be misrepresented through the error of "hyperorthodoxy," which "finally denies any mobility" to doctrine.
These reports are given by Roodly, Terrance, Stacey, and Drey.
Drey said it is challenging to work with those who have children around the same age as her.
One might conclude that both men in different ways genuinely want to offer Drey guidance.
The Union Carbide spill was defended by Kelley, Drey & Warren of New York City, the same law firm identified in Nielsen's article.
Peter Drey + Company recently joined GreenbergFarrow, the nationally recognized architecture and engineering firm to become Greenberg Farrow / Peter Drey Urban Design Studio.
Drey has acknowledged that her clinic performs about 600 abortions per year during the fifth and sixth months (weeks 21 through 23 of pregnancy), as recounted by the National Right to Life organization.
Drey has performed many late abortions, is a prominent critic of the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act, and a self-described activist.
Drey gallery, Munich, 1927; Paul Graupe auction, Berlin, 16-17 June 1936; Julius Bohler gallery, Munich, 1936; Sir William Burrell, Glasgow, 1936; Glasgow City Council, 1944.
Tim Drey is art department chair for the Scales Mound Community Unit School District #211 in Scales Mound, Illinois.
Barbara Chicherio interviewed her inside the museum and local activist Kay Drey discussed it in the studio.
Two delegates spoke in favor of the name change and two opposed it before Bill Drey, a delegate from Iowa, moved to end discussion and vote.