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bear paw

(jargon)
The Vulcan nerve pinch for SGI computers. The five key keyboard combination <left Ctrl><left Alt><left Shift><numeric keypad /><F12> resets the graphics subsystem, including the window manager.
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3 Assembling the Quilt Top Using the assembly diagram as a guide, join the tree sections 1-3 and Bear Paw blocks into vertical rows as shown.
"[The Bear Paw] has been in the same spot running ever since then," says Jo Miller, general manager at the Bear Paw Cafe.
The 'Bear Paw' belt buckle box, with the knuckle duster, and below, the warning on one of the so-called legal highs sold in Brum
The facilities have 63 Bcf of net gas reserves and exist in the Bear Paw fields near NorthWestern's other natural gas production assets.
When a scanner detected the paw in the man's suitcase, airport officials in Bucharest had first thought they were human remains, but a laboratory investigation soon identified the bones as a bear paw, prosecutors said in a statement.
Bear Paw Development has been helping businesses in northern Montana for almost 25 years, serving Hill, Blaine, Liberty, Chouteau, and Phillips counties and the Fort Belknap and Rocky Boy's Indian Reservations.
Among the many symbols of sufficient import to me to wear permanently on my skin is a bear paw, a big one covering the inside of my upper left arm.
From a wildlife quilt sampler and traditional Bear Paw snuggler to a log cabin design with a wildlife panel center, this is packed with color and ideas perfect for any needlework collection.
Our next stop is the Bear Paw Galaxy, NGC 2537, which sits 3.3[degrees] northwest of 31 Lyncis.
Every so often, they would pile up and trip on the heels of my clumsy bear paw snowshoe tracks.
The application for the grant was presented jointly to the Council by Great Plains CEO Sam Huttenbauer, and Pam Lemer, value added agriculture coordinator for Bear Paw Development Corporation.
Produced by Bear Paw Media Productions, a division of Native Counselling Services, the film focuses on First Nations and Metis Elders, victims, and survivors sharing their stories to encourage others to get the support they need.