Cavin


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Cav´in


n.1.(Mil.) A hollow way, adapted to cover troops, and facilitate their aproach to a place.
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Current interim president Rita Cavin made a commitment until January.
In student-led discussion forums, they can offer each other advice for succeeding in an online environment, or discuss their courses, says Cavin.
The sea was washing round her neck when she and pal Tracey Cavin, 11, attracted the attention of a passer-by.
Ralph Cavin, Vice President of Research Operations, Semiconductor Research Corporation, and member of the International Engineering Consortium's (IEC) NanoEngineering Advisory Council, recently shared his thoughts on nanoengineering and its impact on the semiconductor industry with Dr.
Cavin served North Carolina State University, first as head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (1989-1994) and then as Dean of Engineering (1995).
Recently, the Columbus City Council unanimously approved a plan laid out by City CIO, Gary Cavin that will optimize how city-owned infrastructure and properties can be used to support better broadband services citywide.
Dave Cavin " added: "At least he is not selling drugs.
Advanced markets are investing in sophisticated video encoder technologies, while other markets are just beginning their cable digitalization journeys," said Frost & Sullivan Digital Media Research Analyst Robert Cavin .
But he credits coach Cavin Johnson for spotting his potential, nurturing it, and then eventually helping sort his move to Europe.
In a slightly revised version of his 2010 PhD dissertation at Durham University, Cavin argues that the two epistles share many features, but shows how each also contains highly and significant and unique emphases regarding the new existence that Christ brought.
Dabbs Cavin, who will become executive vice chairman.