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olivette

[¦äl·ə¦vet]
(electricity)
Standing floodlight used in the wings for lighting stage entrances and acting areas at fairly close range; bulb wattage ranges from 500 to 1500 watts.
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A chorus from Olivette, sung in her clear contralto, grew fainter and fainter until it ended in the slam of a distant door.
The company has total revenues of approximately $65 million and operates a 200,000 square foot distribution center in Olivette, MO, as well as two retail locations, in Texarkana, AK, and Daytona Beach, FL, and employs approximately 240 people.
NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS) has closed the purchase of the privately held Olivette, Missouri-based direct-to-consumer provider of adult incontinence and related products Home Delivery Incontinent Supplies Co.
Louis suburb of Olivette, more than 20 other black women have come forward, expressing concern that their infants who reportedly died at birth in the 1950s and '60s at the same hospital - a blacks-only hospital before desegregation - actually were taken.
Currently, he is an Associate at Boggs, Avellino, Lach & Boggs in Olivette, MO.
In her probing exploration of white attitudes, Ioffe interviewed a few people at a strip mall that included a Starbucks and barbeque joint in the nearby town of Olivette.
Consistent with other studies, procrastinators compared to non-procrastinators stated that their delayed lifestyle yields challenges to their family life (Ferrari, Harriott, & Zimmerman, 1999; Ferrari & Olivette, 1994) and work life (Ferrari, 1992).
Pulaski Bank Home Lending has announced the appointment of Patrick Flynn as mortgage loan officer at its Olivette branch.
David Olivette, Emporium, Pennsyslvania, doesn't have tinnitus, but says the widely available supplement definitely relieves arthritis pain in his fingers.
Here are three to give some instant sunshine: La Baume Grande Olivette Chardonnay Viognier 2009 (Waitrose, pounds 2.
Lewis Carroll was amongst those attending such Farnie successes as Les Cloche de Corneville (705 performances), Madame Favart (502) and Olivette (466).