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Brit a greasy mixture of tallow and oil applied to leather to soften it and make it waterproof
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Bill Dubbins has four years of experience in residential sales and property management with Coldwell Banker in downtown Sarasota.
Consultant radiologist Paul Dubbins, from the Royal College of Radiologists, added: "There is some evidence to suggest that high-dose radiation to the brain in infancy - consistent with the dose of a CT - may have an increased risk of intellectual impairment.
The letter was signed by Mr Curran, the new general secretary of the GMB, former TUC General Secretary John Monks, Tony Dubbins, general secretary of the Graphical Paper and Media Union, Ed Sweeney, general secretary of the finance union Unify and Mike Leahy, general secretary of the Iron and Steel Trades Confederation.
Peter Fuss and John Dubbins (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1984).
Closely following the objections raised by the Coloured People's Progressive Association, whose spokesmen were whites married to coloured women, and three men referred to as 'half-castes' (T Loban, WH Dubbins, and D Hodges, a returned soldier), a State Public Service Commissioner's Inquiry contested the propriety of the arbitrary powers assumed by the new Amendment Act (through clauses such as 'in the opinion of the Protector').
NSB Capital Partners was assisted in the acquisition by Tim Macker of Coldwell Banker Commercial Westmac, representing NSB Capital Partners, and Pat Walsh of Commercial Property Group and Robert Dubbins of CB Richard Ellis, representing the sellers.
A roundtable discussion with Marina Prentoulis, Sirio Canos and Simon Dubbins, introduced by Doreen Massey
WASHINGTON(PAN): The Special US Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, James Dubbins, on Tuesdayheaded for Doha for the first Us-Taliban talks in the Qatari Capital later this week, which officials acknowledged would not be a smooth ride.
Tony Dubbins, chairman of the Trade Unions for Labour Organisation (TULO), said: "We have been encouraged by the level of support that the campaign for legislation has gained among MPs and across the labour movement but this is further evidence of the need to act urgently to protect the growing number of agency workers from widespread abuse.