mizer

mizer

[′mī·zər]
(petroleum engineering)
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we were bouncing around a lot," Mizer (http://abcnews.go.com/US/jetblue-flight-forced-emergency-landing-las-vegas/story?id=16608572#.T-HZ39Xpdhs) told ABC .
Lieutenant Commander Brian Mizer, Hamdan's Pentagonappointed defence lawyer, said Hamdan was a low-level employee who worked for wages, not to wage war on America.
At the April pre-trial hearing inside the US military base in south-east Cuba, Hamdan's defence team plans to argue that alleged political interference claimed by Davis violates the Military Commissions Act, Hamdan's military lawyer, US Navy Lt Brian Mizer, says.
The bole of the tree was divided into three 3-m-long sections and milled into 5.1-cm by 10.2-cm by 58.4-cm boards using a Wood Mizer band saw.
Zeeland, a longtime acquaintance of Merritt's, has traced the history of military men appearing in gay erotica back at least half a century, to the early photographs of Bob Mizer and the Athletic Model Guild.
Ongoing Bob Mizer & Tom of Finland (MOCA Pacific Design Center
Pioneering the field was Bob Mizer, who, with the unlikely help of his prim mother, founded the Athletic Model Guild, recruiting ex-soldiers and drifters, usually straight off the bus into LA, for his (not always gay) models, producing the best-selling Physique Pictorial (which ran for 40 years) and camp 8mm movies.
Nov 2 Bob Mizer and Tom of Finland (MOCA Pacific Design Center)
I'd love to know exactly what was in the heads of model Ray Robirds and photographer Bob Mizer during the shoot in which Robirds, his right arm slung around a burro's neck, sports nothing but a sombrero, striped briefs, and fancy cowboy boots.
It's not unlike how Bob Mizer's Athletic Model Guild (AMG) or Bruce of Los Angeles got almost any cute guy--straight, gay, whatever--to drop trou.
"This is a classic case of guilt by association," Lieutenant Commander Brian Mizer, an assigned military defence lawyer for Hamdan, told the court.
But Lieutenant Commander Brian Mizer, an assigned military defence lawyer for Hamdan, told the court that "this is a classic case of guilt by association".