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kaus

[kau̇s]
(meteorology)
A moderate to gale-force southeasterly wind in the Persian Gulf, accompanied by gloomy weather, rain, and squalls; it is most frequent between December and April. Also known as cowshee; sharki.
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Kaus certainly hadn't abandoned the liberal fold--among other things, the book called for a federal jobs program, universal health coverage, and compulsory national service--but he wasn't an ordinary Democrat either.
In the world of track and field, being unattached means an athlete isn't competing for a team but as an individual, and that's no longer the case for sisters Laura and Regan Grube or for sisters Stephanie, Linsey and Hayley Kau, four of whom will compete in the USA Track & Field Junior Olympic Region 13 Championships in Seattle today and Sunday.
Pointing to the broader impact around the world, Kaus said the spectacle gives a bad image of the U.
It seems," says Kaus, "that nearly every cabdriver in Mexico has heard of La Zona del Silencio, but not the Mapimi Biosphere Reserve.
Kaus also gives a guesstimate of the time saved by reading Series-Skipper instead of reading the series itself.
Kaus, a field in which it has been involved since 1989.
Clinton's political advisers seem to believe that the only way to win over the struggling middle class is to deliver tangible benefits--tax cuts, job training, health insurance," Kaus writes.
This renewal follows an original donation of 24 software licenses in 2013 and will enable students at KAUs Department of Petroleum Geology and Sedimentology, which is part of the Universitys Faculty of Earth Sciences, to continue gaining valuable practical experience in the use of HampsonRussells geophysical reservoir characterization tools.
After The Washington Monthly cast doubt over several of the key allegations of Gore's lying, journalist Mickey Kaus decided to scour "the whole, worst case against Gore," expecting to find that the vice president really was a serial liar.
Kaus described Woodward's book as portraying a disabled Clinton, but he tried to blame that portrayal on the president's political adviser George Stephanopoulos.
In a recent cover story in The New Republic, neoliberal pundit Mickey Kaus makes an absurd effort to paint Marian Wright Edelman as an ominous figure.