Crull

a.1.Curly; curled.
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This new partnership with CBS Corporation illustrates Bell Media's commitment to provide additional value to subscribers of CraveTV and The Movie Network, while significantly extending CraveTV's advantage over its streaming competitors," said Kevin Crull, President, Bell Media.
According to analyst Anna Welch Crull, global consumption of flame retardant chemicals is estimated at 4 billion pounds for 2013.
Seidler (Professor of Philosophy and University Distinguished Professor at Western Kentucy University), "An Introduction to the History of the Principal Kingdoms and States of Europe" was originally translated from German into English in 1695 by Jodocus Crull and quite influential among 18th Century scholars.
1991; McCaughtry & Rovegno, 2003; Rikard, 1992; Rink, 1994, 2003; Silverman, Kulinna, & Crull, 1995) and can not only increase students' success in an activity, but may also be incorporated into PST planning.
Tim Crull, Greenock, said: "These people have embarrassed the club.
This sends a strong message that Canadian broadcasting regulation is impetuous and unreliable, ' said Kevin Crull, President of Bell Media.
ELISE CRULL, "Quantum Decoherence and Interlevel Relations.
Managing partners (executive member committee): Linn Crull, John Martin, Ken Wiley
Ryan Crull, area manager of Henkels & McCoy's office in Salem, IL, said goodwill gestures from local residents made things a little easier for crews.
Tim Crull, of the Carnation Company, also reflected this important truth when he mentions, "the company is not run only for its stockholders but for its customers and for its employees.
Kentucky, Mississippi and Arkansas consumers now can reap the benefits of local competition by taking advantage of AT&T's local calling plans," said Kevin Crull, senior vice president of the AT&T Consumer Division, in a written statement.