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Steen

Jan . 1626--79, Dutch genre painter

steen

[stēn]
(civil engineering)
To line an excavation such as a cellar or well with stone, cement, or similar material without the use of mortar.
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Steen suggested giving up on college and going into the gun business full time.
So in 1961, Steen first placed an ad in SHOTGUN NEWS and went into the mail-order business.
In mitigation, Chris Hughes, defending, said, Steens had already made arrangements to pay compensation to Mr Hall.
Both were of strong Christian character, and together they strove to follow the path inspired by the Steens two generations before.
The desire to showcase Jan Steen's activity in Haarlem during the 1660s necessitated the inclusion of pictures by the low genre painters Adriaen and Isack van Ostade to bridge the gap.
The consensus that arose from congressional negotiations over the status of Steens Mountain will unravel without a credible management plan.
Recent upgrading of the 66-mile, mostly gravel loop route from Frenchglen to the top of Steens Mountain makes it possible to tour the mountain by car in an afternoon.
The Burns district of the BLM decided that both the Steens Wilderness Act of 2000 and the Wilderness Act of 1964 allow the high school distance runners to participate in the camp's signature event, a dawn-to-dusk trek through the Big Indian and Little Blitzen gorges.
The Eugene-based Steens Mountain Running Camp, which expects 285 students between July 21 and Aug.
Third, by designating the Steens Mountain Wilderness in 2000, Congress established a new purpose for the area.
The law does not mention the 27-year-old Steens Mountain Running Camp by name, but upholds historical uses within the wilderness area.
Directors and supporters of the 27-year-old Steens Mountain Running Camp counter that the students have little impact on the wilderness and come away with greater respect for nature and wide-open spaces.