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ormer

[′ȯr·mər]
(invertebrate zoology)
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As we grow our presence in the country, we make sure that we make a positive impact in the lives of Filipinos,' Van Ormer added.
In October, Germany's Constitutional Court cleared the way for the ailing f= ormer auto-worker to stand trial, after his lawyer had claimed that Germany= had no legal authority to try Demjanjuk and that his client had already sp= ent more than seven years in prison in Israel.
He felt it was because the fs ormer Hibs hero had finally adjusted to life in the Old Firm bubble.
In Washington, bureaucrats are still operating under the marching orders of f ormer Attorney General John Ashcroft -- who essentially told them, when in doubt, don't release information.
ABSTRACT The ormer (Haliotis tuberculata) occurs from the Senegal coast in the south to the Cotentin peninsula of France in the north.
The f ormer Arsenal starlet had been tipped for stardom as a youngster at Highbury, but has struggled since last year's move to Coventry .
First the literal economy is paired with what are claimed to be the subjective economies within which early modern people came to terms with the f ormer.
In December, Van Ormer drilled and tapped compressor supply pipes to install sensors that monitored the Bodine plant's actual air usage around-the-clock for seven days.
PHOTO Former President Ford, left, talks with President Clinton as f ormer first lady Nancy Reagan and former President Bush sign a service declaration.
What you might not know is that the chain of events that helped sink Ormer Rogers was set in motion by a disgruntled customer.
Sahlins, Valeri, Ormer, Peacock, and Leach analyze various interpretive strategies--the narratives and performances that embody a view of events and that justify authority, royalty, consumption, and power.
ORMER Blues Peter host John Noakes, who has died aged 83, was known as the show's daredevil.