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runnel

Literary a small stream

runnel

[′rən·əl]
(geology)
A troughlike hollow on a tidal sand beach which carries water drainage off the beach as the tide retreats.
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Runnels began her nursing career in 2009 and has worked across multiple specialties, from women's health to clinical research to therapeutic care.
Runnels went on to discharge his Taser onto Masters' chest.
Runnels: What is your philosophy concerning the value of DoD financial management related to the overall DoD mission, which you've touched on a bit, and other critical operations; such as, information management, personnel management, acquisition, or logistics?
About Runnels Center: Runnels Center, Outpatient Plastic Surgery, Clinic and SKIN the Spa, offers surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures for the face, body, and skin.
Runnels, who also serves as medical director of the Centers for Families and Children in Cleveland.
"Runnels became a hero to fans around the world thanks to his work ethic, his impassioned interviews and his indomitable spirita caring husband and a creative visionary who helped shaped the landscape of WWE long after his in-ring career had ended," WWE.com said in a statement.
While it is disturbing to see green effluent pooling on pavements, one can only hope that the green runnels are algae and not something more sinister.
Pete Runnels was Mueller, but over a five-year span.
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"Funeral services take place seven days a week, and in order not to be missing anything, they should be published seven days a week," said Sheila Runnels, The Advocate's advertising vice president.
Jaysen Runnels, an African-American student, said that he was hit twice by bleach balloons while walking near campus.
attempting to part the dark runnels of glinting hair