netter


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netter

(1)
Loosely, anyone with a network address.

netter

(2)
More specifically, a Usenet regular. Most often found in the plural. "If you post *that* in a technical group, you're going to be flamed by angry netters for the rest of time!"
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Atcher Municipal Center were back to normal, Netter said.
When asked how she obtained the files, Netter admitted the truth and was fired shortly thereafter for breaking department policy and for violating the state law prohibiting the review or sharing of confidential personnel files without authorization.
Two goals in little over 30 seconds gave Cardiff the gap they needed, and Leigh Salters added an early empty netter.
Brian Netter, an attorney in Mayer Brown's Supreme Court & Appellate practice group, said in a statement that the ruling, "makes it harder for bankruptcy attorneys to get paid....
Williams, who remains the top-ranked female netter in the world, has a surprisingly subpar run at the Wimbledon Open, but many expected her to come out strong at the US Open championships where she's the reigning two-time champion.
Netter was a trained surgeon but would probably be better described as an artist temporarily "distracted" into medical practice, the experience of which subsequently enhanced his art.
Locals in Annan, Dumfriesshire want the PS40,000 statue - called the Haaf Netter - removed from a roundabout in the town centre.
Alban, Kevin J., The Teaching and Impact of the 'Doctrinale' of Thomas Netter of Walden (c.
Geared towards the sport clinician, Netter's Sports Medicine deals with the roles, ethics and responsibilities when dealing with a sports team.
In his preface to the first edition (1989), Netter (1906-1991) mused on how the likes of Vesalius, Leonardo da Vinci, William Hunter, and Henry Gray would regard this text.
Principal Naomi Smith, a parent coordinator, students, parents and a school volunteer all greeted Ruth McCoy, Cornelia Netter, Jeanne Oliver-Taylor and Michael P.
The Windows-based program includes nearly 1000 professionally designed templates, and more than 3000 Lippincott medical illustrations and Netter images from Elsevier.