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grindle

[′grind·əl]
(vertebrate zoology)
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"It starts to create an electric current around and can cause a build up of some chemicals that can erode through the tissues like I said in a matter of minutes," Grindle (https://sivtimes.com/in-connecticut-swallowed-a-battery-burning-a-hole-in-my-gullet-baby/23559/) reportedly said.
Following his journey from joining USAID and initial placement in the district of Dand to his transfer more than a year later to the district of Maiwand, Grindle takes us away from the capital of Kabul and into Afghanistan's more rural southern districts to see how far U.S.
However, Barnsley could not match the containment of the Huddersfield spinners and runs continued to flow off the offspin of Holling and the leg-spin of Grindle.
Included in the women's team alongside City of Birmingham's Megan Parker was Alice Kinsella (Park Wreking), Latalia Bevan (Cardiff Central), Teal Grindle (Sapphire School of Gymnastics), Jolie Ruckley (Cardiff Central) and Amelia Montague (Tolworth).
She also oversees a two-semester STEM research program that pairs students with mentors in science- and research-related fields through the Grindle Honors Institute.
Jack Jolly has just moved to a small village called Grindle. At first, he finds the countryside very quiet, but then he discovers that a terrible and evil secret is threatening the village.
Contact Alicia Grindle, EMS NG Viewer Lead, DSN (312) 7861818, (586) 282-1818, or email: alicia.a.grindle.civ@mail.mil
Corridor Nine Breakfast with Doug Grindle An embedded reporter, cameraman and photographer covering military operations against terrorism.
We finish sharing highlights of the 2013 USITT Conference & Stage Expo in this issue with three pieces: Rob Goodman's Keynote Address, David Grindle's recap of Stage Expo, and Rafael Jaen's pictorial tribute to the winners of the 2013 KCACTF design and allied crafts awards.
STITCHES (Cert 18, 82 mins) RICHARD Grindle (Ross Noble) is a sleazy clown working the children's party circuit in Ireland under his stage name Stitches.
Keeper Chris Grindle said: "The pup is doing really well and has now started exploring its exhibit with the adults.