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hackle

[′hak·əl]
(textiles)
A board studded with long, thin wire brushes and used for hackling.
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Hackler added, noting that the close range of some 250mm products sets it apart from other competing systems: "There has been a lot of interest since our launch in October, and we've proposed the goggles for several large tenders, in both the US and international market, and it's been a good goggle for us," he said: "We're continuing to see a lot of movement in it."
Organizational strategies have implications on the use and adoption of new media like social media (Hackler and Saxton 2007).
Unagi Apparel, David Paul Hackler, 3310 Alderwood Ave.
Lothar Hackler, who, after concluding a successful career that involved several executive management positions worldwide, is entering retirement.
Millington and her longtime partner, Ann Hackler, founded the Institute of Musical Arts in 1986 to break down some of those barriers, and to support women and girls in their musical pursuits.
Studies have recently examined several other genes that are involved in retinal dystrophies that potentially lead to blindness, and they found that these genes are also expressed in the pineal gland (Bailey et al., 2009; Hu, Wan, Hackler, Zack, & Qian, 2010).
In other studies, personal stigma has been found to mediate the relationship between perceived public stigma and help-seeking attitudes among people suffering from depression and that stigma associated with depression is likely to be related to help-seeking attitude; however, the mechanism governing that relationship remains unclear (Brown et al., 2010; Vogel, Wade, & Hackler, 2007).
They report to Vince Hackler, the branch manager in Baltimore.
He leaves his wife, Debra (Francis) Flanagan; his children, Melissa Flanagan of Greenfield, Will Hackler and his wife, Sharon, of Townsend, Wendy Hackler of Sterling, Sarah Camacho and her husband, Justin, of Gardner, Stephanie Snyder and her husband, Stephen, of Virginia Beach, Va., and Samuel Besnoff of Rutland; seven brothers and sisters, George, Thomas and Joseph Flanagan, Katie Brown, Susie Grandfrido, Mary Ellen Fryberg and Judy Gray; 11 grandchildren, Madelyn, Margaret and Derek Hackler, Aaron and Kelsey Gotham, Benjamin, Max and William Camacho, Keegan, Evalyn and Gwynevere Snyder; and many nieces and nephews.
Research with psychology students (Vogel, Wade & Hackler, 2007) found that perceived public stigma about seeking mental health services contributed to self-stigma perceptions which influenced help-seeking attitudes and eventual help-seeking willingness.
[13.] Van Buren JP, Stein Karus KH, Hackler LR, El-Reawi I and DB Hand Indices of protein quality in soy milk.