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The open space contained between the first and second walls of a fortified castle; a bailey, 1.
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Bayles, McCullough, and Tomoeda integrate recent thinking and research about cognitive-communication disorders of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia, noting that all forms of dementia are now thought to be preceded by MCI.
Lieutenant Colonel Luzmindo Mamaug, spokesperson of the Central Command, said Francisco, Gutierrez, and Bayles would likely be dismissed from the service.
Contrary to Bayles's suggestion if not explicit statements, Trump has not degraded the discourse in our presidential races to some unprecedentedly low level.
Teenagers Briony Bayles and Shannon O'Dwyer, of Durham, birdied the first and last two holes on the Karsten Lakes course at PING's Gainsborough Golf Club and notched up 43 points to win by one.
According to Bayles, Blossom, and Apsche (2014), these externalizing mental disorders are common among male adolescents who have experienced physical/sexual abuse or neglect.
When I embarked on reading it, I was intimidated by how much of our popular culture Martha Bayles proposed to cover in detail by focusing on (seemingly) so many individual products.
The work of local photographer David Bayles will be on display through December at Capper's Frames & Prints, 1280 Oak St.
Liam Bayles took advantage of culpable defending to fire Jarrow in front.
DEATH COME QUICKLY provides another China Bayles mystery and is recommended for prior fans and newcomers alike.
Through a Screen Darkly: Popular Culture, Public Diplomacy, and America's Image Abroad, by Martha Bayles, New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014, ISBN-13: 978-0300123388, 336 pp., $30.00 (Hardcover), $14.99 (Kindle)
Internationally recognized authors Bayles and Tomoeda draw from over 30 years of experience researching the effects, diagnosis, and treatment of these diseases to create an instructive guide for both students and practicing professionals in the field of cognitive-communication disorders of dementia.
"It was a multistory building that was hard to maneuver around and hard to maintain," says Autumn Bayles, senior vice president of strategic operations.