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dammar, damar, dammer, gum dammar

A naturally occurring resin; useful in paints and varnishes because of its light color.
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Before joining Insparisk, Dammers served us New York Regional Manager and later as Training, Codes and Safety Officer at Handi-Lift Inc.
It is very beneficial that Dammer and JeBing generally note divergences and differences from Macropedius in the commentary on Sachs, thereby providing the first steps in the direction of further comparative studies.
These benefits as Fairchild and Dammer succinctly state are:
Tom Dammer served as CEO for Lean Logistics in Holland, Michigan from July of 2001 until recently.
SPECIALS legend Jerry Dammers has been recognised at Coventry's 2-Tone Museum for his services to the city's music scene.
HONOURED: Jerry Dammers, Delia Derbyshire and Ray King
Jerry Dammers and Sir Horace Gentleman (aka Horace Panter) both played with The Specials, whose hits like Ghost Town, Too Much Too Young, Rat Race and A Message To You Rudy put them at the forefront of the British ska scene.
The Selecter were also on the bill for the city's six-and-ahalf hour fundraiser, which raised PS3,200 and saw 15 of Coventry's finest bands perform, including Terry Hall and The Colourfield, and former Specials keyboard player Jerry Dammers, who stepped in as DJ.
The musical line-up included Jerry Dammers, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Judge Jules, Don Letts, Craig Charles and Asian Dub Foundation.
FOUNDER member and principal songwriter of The Specials Jerry Dammers has been announced as a guest for a special event celebrating Afrofuturism.
GIG PREVIEW Ska music pioneer Jerry Dammers, pictured left, plays his only club date of the year this Saturday at the Cluny in Newcastle.
MIDLAND chart star Jerry Dammers has been snapped up as a celebrity judge for Amnesty's songwriting talent contest.