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gatch

Plaster as used in Persia for decorative purposes.
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I cannot in good faith be part of what I can only call a `witch hunt' focused on Denise," Gatch, a board member for six years, wrote to her fellow board members.
Gatch forms when carbonate or sulfate minerals (calcite, gypsum, or both) are deposited by movement and evaporation of water in the pore space of previously deposited sand.
But with her marriage at the age of thirty-seven in late 1935 to the abstract painter Lee Gatch (1902-68), her gradual erasure from the art world began.
Through our joint commitment to interoperability, Cbeyond and Avaya are able to deliver a comprehensive communications solution for small businesses," said Chris Gatch, CTO for Cbeyond.
Sheila Gatch, Sisters of Charity Providence Hospital
Keep head of bed elevated 30[degrees]-45[degrees] without a hip gatch.
23) See Gatch 110-11 for similar demonic deception in Wulfstan's De Temporibus Anticristi; see also Astell 125 for Holofernes's sell-deception by a sense of false security.
THOUSAND OAKS - A divided City Council has accepted the resignation of City Manager Phil Gatch, who said he was ending his 38-year career at the urging of one of the council members.
The electric knee gatch makes adjustments easier, and an electric reclining head deck, powered by an additional DC motor, provides greater resident comfort.
Ademas, este tipo de transferencia ha sido experimentalmente demostrada en discriminacion condicional de estimulos externos (Wulfert y Hayes, 1988; Gatch y Osborne, 1989).
Gatch observed, when he looked at the homily as whole, the compiler seems to have assembled the piece without any particular audience in mind.
This transfer of function effect has been demonstrated with discriminative (Barnes & Keenan, 1993; Barnes, Browne, Smeets, & Roche, 1995; deRose, McIlvane, Dube, Galpin, & Stoddard, 1988; Gatch & Osborne, 1989; Kohlenberg, Hayes, & Hayes, 1991; Wulfert & Hayes, 1988), consequential (Hayes, Devany, Kohlenberg, Brownstein, & Shelby, 1987; Hayes, Kohlenberg, & Hayes, 1991), and respondent stimulus functions (Dougher, Auguston, Markham, Greenway, & Wulfert, 1994; Roche & Barnes, 1997; Roche, Barnes-Holmes, Smeets, Barnes-Holmes, & McGeady, 2000).