mounce


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mounce

[mau̇ns]
(mechanics)
A unit of mass, equal to 25 grams. Also known as metric ounce.
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Mounce, Mounce's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2006), 327.
Mounce (president emeritus, Whitworth College) to assemble this interlinear translation of the New Testament in both English and Greek.
Factors found to impact students' choice of major include interest in the subject, having a high aptitude for the field, influence of the instructor in an early course, career opportunities, parental influence, self-efficacy, lifestyle the career offers, financial compensation, job satisfaction, job availability, challenge related to job, having had an inspiring high school teacher in the field, and knowing someone who works in the field (George, Wystrach, & Perkins, 1985; Mauldin, Crain & Mounce, 2000; Strasser, Ozgur, & Schroeder, 2002).
was determined based on vegetative compatibility (vc) tests following the protocols of Mounce (1929) and Noetzli (2002).
Douglas Mounce, a radio host and close friend of Dando, sympathised with the police who were under "incredible pressure" to make an arrest.
From the fraternal standpoint, it would drastically affect us," said Woodmen of the World Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Jim Mounce.
That kind of longevity was common in Ecru; Bill Mounce started work as a barber here in 1925 and retired 70 years later at the age of 90, according to the town history book.
A lone piper led the funeral procession for Scott Mounce, 29, who died when a car bomb exploded outside his hotel a fortnight ago.
The latest British fatality comes just ten days after 29-year-old Scott Mounce, originally from Inverness, died in a terror attack on the five-storey Mount Lebanon Hotel in Baghdad.
A colleague who was with him, 29-year-old Scott Mounce, was among seven killed in the blast.
One Briton killed was named as 30-year-old Scott Mounce,from Hull.
Rangers starter Tony Mounce (1-2) gave up three runs and six hits in 5 1/3 innings to get his first major-league victory.