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furry

(of the tongue) coated with whitish cellular debris
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The men, one armed with a semiautomatic handgun, carried a coat into Woodland Hills Furrier on Ventura Boulevard and then forced the man in the store to the floor, taped his mouth and bound his hands and feet with plastic ties, police said.
Partners Radakovich, Amado, Furrier, Puchi, Khan and Hess continue to lead R&A CPAs, stressing the firm's overarching philosophy that meeting client expectations is the minimum acceptable level of service surpassing industry standards is R&A's mandate.
He is an innovator and pioneer in new media, and we are excited to pioneer a philanthropic podcast sponsorship model with him," said John Furrier, CEO and Founder of PodTech.
We're really excited to be working with Robert Scoble and John Furrier as we wander into uncharted startup waters," said Eddie Codel.
His media expertise and vision is in alignment with PodTech's business strategy and extension of our developing media platform," Furrier added.
Furrier has over two decades experience in the computer and Internet business including positions in engineering, sales, and marketing at IBM and Hewlett Packard.
Furrier accurately describes DEMO as an ecosystem made up of all the players necessary to further the progress of technology adoption.
Baird is excited to come back bigger and furrier in 2015 to help fight prostate cancer," said Jason Montague, a team captain and top fundraiser for Baird.
Summary: On any given day, as students go about their lives at the American University of Beirut, attending classes, having lunch on a picnic bench or hanging out in their dorms, they often find themselves sharing their activities with a furrier cohort.
They did contract work for patrons of Jacques Kaplan, a very fancy furrier on 57th Street.
Friday THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON E4, 8PM Kristen Stewart's vampireloving Bella has her heart broken by beau Edward, only to find herself cuddling up to a furrier companion in Taylor Lautner's Jacob Black, in the second film in the series.