Crase


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(krāz)
v. t.1.To break in pieces; to crack.
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For such a large project, it was critical to bring in a strategic partner that could come in for the initial engineering and upgrade planning, and then continue to work with the institution on a project basis, says Crase.
Source: Crase and Clarke (2010) Predicted Water Decline in Activity Dependency Streamflow bSubstitution 2030 Opportunities Low High Tourism 2 2.
Although he competed in several sports, Crase was primarily known for his prowess in swimming and track and field, where he again served the United States, wearing the uniform of Team USA and earning 32 international medals, including 10 gold, and being named the "Outstanding Athlete" at the 1967 Pan-Am Games.
In addition to sick leave and holidays, Crase has five weeks of vacation yearly.
Graffiti has also become a problem in Birkby, where large murals with the word Crase have appeared.
En cuanto a la figura de la pareja, Samuels, Stockdale y Crase (1994) refieren que el soporte brindado por el padre del bebe mejora el nivel de adaptacion de la adolescente con respecto a su maternidad.
The NSC&FFP survey and other studies yielded fairly consistent descriptions about reasons for fostering (Anderson, 2001; Baum, Crase, & Crase, 2001; Kirton, 2001).
As Dollery and Crase (2004: 265) observe, the long dominant perception that 'bigger is better' in the structural reform of Australian local government had changed little.
Children are entering the child care system with increasingly serious physical, behavioral, and emotional problems (Barth, Freundlich, & Brodzinsky, 2000; Crase et al.
8 Douglas Crase, Both: A Portrait in Two Parts (Pantheon) and George W.
Este circunfixo e muito comum na formacao de verbos a partir de cores: avermelhar, alaranjar, acinzentar, azular, amarelar (observe-se que nestes dois ultimos exemplos ha ocorrencia do fenomeno da crase do a-(parte inicial do circunfixo ou CIR1) com o a (inicial do radical), assim aamarelar, aazular.
Finally, Crase (1992) insisted that reviewers submit manuscript evaluations in a timely manner.