Chaun

n.1.A gap.
v. t. & i.1.To open; to yawn.
O, chaun thy breast.
- Marston.
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Any questions regarding this Request for Qualifications should be submitted in writing to Chaun Hill, Senior Transportation Engineer by email at chill@azmag.
And selecting a darker clay for Lung Chaun celadon and under firing it so that it is satiny can be nice.
her seven grandchildren and their spouses, Kristin Pupecki, Sarah Laganelli and Jason, Thomas Lish and Sarah, Christopher Ryll and Michelle, Lucas Mello and Ashlea, Amanda Mello-Lell and Chaun, and Lance Mello; great-grandchildren, Caroline Pupecki and Brian Pupecki, Grace Nelligan, Liam Moore Nelligan, Landen and Lane Mello, Kinsley Cline, Eva and Nathan Laganelli; sister-in-law, Mary Fallon and husband, Thomas, of Clinton.
The second plenary lecture was given by Frankie Lim Lip Chaun on 'Sustainable Health Care Architecture'.
The song was written and produced by Zayne with the enlisted help of engineer Sadaharu Yagi (Shakira, Marc Anthony), Grammy Award Winning mixer Jason Schweitzer, drummer Chaun Horton (Natasha Bedingfield), bassist Eric Ingram (Lil Wayne), guitarist Yohei Nakamura and trumpeter Sean Erick (Justin Timberlake).
The primary reason that the (renewal) permit is not approved is that it seeks to maintain a presence within the plaza for 24 hours a day," GSA official Chaun Benjamin wrote in a letter delivered to Occupy Eugene on Monday.
With Hannon as the new Catalyst CEO came a new principal, Chaun Johnson, and the two have become a veritable tag team.
Illegal immigrants Chaun Yap and Fang Zheng were caught after a massive delivery of compost raised suspicions.
Grinblatt, Mark, and Chaun Yan Hwan (989) Signalling and the Pricing of New Issues.
In Pallas's opera Klinicka smrt [Clinical Death], based on a short story by Igor Chaun, communicative power seems to be a matter of Minimalist inspiration and ingenious instrumentation.
Shu Ching Yang and Wen Chaun Lin, Graduate Institute of Education, National Sun Yat-Sen University.
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