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A piece of timber to support a wall, usually set in a diagonal or oblique position, to hold the wall in place temporarily.
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Rance G, Saunders K, Carew P, Johansson M, Tan J, 2013, The Use of Listening Devices to Ameliorate Auditory Deficit in Children with Autism, The Journal of Pediatrics 2013; doi: 10.
Wales, Ms Rance said, is a popular destination with a huge number of people and has much to offer in terms of landscape, culture and heritage.
Although the results are not yet directly applicable in helping indivuduals affected by hot flushes, they mark a necessary first step, Rance maintains.
The hallmark of hot flushes is vasodilation," Rance, who is a neuropathologist at The University of Arizona Medical Center, said.
And just in case current boss Gary Simpson, whose results have defied a threadbare budget, is headhunted by a bigger club, Rance has already drawn up a shortlist of potential successors which would comply with the Rooney Rule anyway.
Rance told Press Association Sport: "Graham knew Keith very well and we've both agreed that Keith's family should be the key arbiters in deciding whether Saturday's match should go ahead.
Rance said: "Graham knew Keith very well and we've both agreed that Keith's family should be the key arbiters in deciding whether Saturday's match should go ahead.
MACCLESFIELD: Club chairman Mike Rance paid an emotional tribute to Keith Alexander, who tragically died at the age of 53.
The site was purchased for $274,000 in October 1998 from Rance Curtis Jr.
Among his roles were Marcello, Valentin, Einsenstein, Amonasro, Germont, Scarpia, Jack Rance, Michonnet, the Music Master and Sharpless.
Although this may appear to be nothing more than a Panasonic briefcase, it's actually the Toughbook 52, which Rance Poehler, president of Panasonic Computer Solutions (www.