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melton

[′mel·tən]
(textiles)
A fabric with all-wool or cotton warp and woolen weft; the face is napped carefully to raise the nap straight up, showing the weave clearly. Also known as beaver cloth; kersey.
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Dentists Tyler Green and Fred Melton sealed the deal on what is now Green Dental in Wenatchee over coffee at the Anjou Bakery in Cashmere.
Despite the fact that many Texas Baptists have never heard of him, for more than four decades Melton served as one of the preeminent pastors and denominational servants in Texas.
Finally, Melton attributes conceptual influences to Clause-witz that had nothing to do with the man or his writings.
Conversations with the mults are ongoing, and Little Melton CEO Mark Collins said he expected the six-strong range - in passion fruit, strawberries & cream, blueberry, pear, mango and honeyed flavours - to be listed in at least one within the next three months.
Federal Bureau of Prisons officials say Melton was released from Maxwell on March 11 and was under house arrest at his home until his sentence ended April 24.
Melton and colleagues reported they took skin cells from two Type 1 diabetes patients, exposed the cells to a cocktail of three genes that converted them back to pluripotent stem cells, then instructed the newly reborn cells to grow into beta cells.
THE Midlands' Melton Mowbray pork pie will now be protected by European law.
The research team was led by Douglas Melton, a cell biologist and co-director of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The accident happened on the A607 near Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire in the early hours of yesterday when a 38-tonne articulated lorry crashed head-on with a Ford Mondeo.
Melton was human resources director at Shelton State Community College in 2000, and the school includes the Alabama Fire College, where state firefighters are trained.
We are confident that Lori Case Melton will be an asset to our team and know our customers will benefit from her experience and depth of banking knowledge," President and CEO Tom Grumbles said in a press release.
Vets at Blair Drummond Safari Park, near Stirling, had to sedate 15-year-old Melton with a dart before they could give him a pedicure and check his teeth.