Putting your child in a high chair
is such a habitual, everyday activity that it's easy for busy parents to become complacent and forget some basic safety steps," said Dr.
The Albry Accent Chair
traces its roots from the 18th century 'Slipper Chairs
,' low-slung, armless chairs
that were first used as bedroom chairs
Senate Pro Tempore Franklin Drilon was elected chair
of the committee on constitutional and revision of codes and as Majority Leader, Senator Vicente 'Tito' Sotto III would chair
the committee on rules.
Elgenaid Hamadain, Chair
, University of Mississippi Medical Center
The picture of the chair
is pinned on a map of the capital, showing a small icon of a chair
on the location in which the picture was taken.
The sign was topped by a small metal chair
, intended to symbolize the city's furniture-making past.
The site provides reviews from office chair
buyers compiled from various other websites to help make buying decisions.
General Past Chair
The 82-year-old former deputy headteacher said it was not the first time he had won two chairs
in once evening.
As with our 1994 article, we do not judge whether there should be a non-CEO chair
or a lead director.
Psychiatric-Mental Health Chapter Chair
, Peggy Dulaney
In a bold stroke of support, MTNA established the first pedagogy committee with Margaret Lorince as the chair
, and a roster of the top pedagogical minds from several instrumental fields.