Arace

A`race´


v. t.1.To tear up by the roots; to draw away.
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The varieties showing the highest iron retention were in BRS Arace with previous soaking and cooked in a common pan (99.
The BRS Arace, Paulistinha and Canapu Branco cultivars are the most tolerant to salinity, while BRS Itain, BRS Gurgueia, Costela de Vaca and BRS Maratana are the most sensitive to this stress during the germination phase.
Systech International has appointed Lou Arace as president and chief operating officer, the company said.
Demand for our supply chain solutions has exploded as the need for enterprise serialization, track and trace, authentication and regulatory compliance expands in adjacent markets such as food and beverage, retail and consumer products," notes Lou Arace, chief operating officer, Systech.
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However, they ruled out creating regional tax rates in England, saying: "e further devolution of air passenger duty to, for example, North East England or Wales would ultimately serve to extend a patchwork of air passenger duty-derived market distortions across the UK and drive arace to the bottom on regional air passenger duty rates.
2 May 2014: Nicholas Arace, Emily Bajko, Joseph Boccia, Christopher Brouillette, Ainsley Bryce, Christina Corcoran, Brianna DeVivo, Rachel Donnelly, Sam Elmazi, Jennifer Frazon, Felicia Gardner-Miranda, Francis Guerrera, Beata Hlinka, Christine Hushion, Benjamin Jenkins, Andisa Karanxha, Zachary Keith, Amanda Larder, Caroline Lemly, Michelle Lugauskas, Omar E.
Hawks Going to Sochi are Aware of the Risks but won't be Deterred," Chicago Sun-Times, January 25, 2014; Michael Arace, "Richards' Decision Underlines Sochi Fears," The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), January 26, 2014; "Government of Canada Warns Against Attending Winter Olympics Citing Terror Threat," Postmedia Breaking News, January 25, 2014.
Marylucia Arace, 50, diagnosed with MS in 2010, found ways to reach out while giving care to her 89-year-old father with Alzheimer's.
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The WPAR also named Donald Arace, president of Prospect Lending in White Plains, as its Affiliate of the Year.