Crull

a.1.Curly; curled.
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Caption: From left to right, Liz Feehan (administration), Amanda O'Neil (Mobile Unit Director), Tiffany Staman (Executive Director), Wymetta Crull (Nurse), Aimee Orem (Director of Education) and Karyn McDonald (Center Director).
He will report to Kevin Crull, president of the Central Area.
Pufendorf, Samuel; An Introduction to the History of the Principal Kingdoms and States of Europa, Translated by Jodocus Crull (1695); Deidler, M.
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.
FORD CRULL explores the expressive power of personal and cultural symbols in a series of densely painted and vividly colored compositions.
Tim Crull, Greenock, said: "These people have embarrassed the club.
A lot of our sayings come from our clients," Bridgette Crull, owner and public relations director of Dallas-based U Lucky Girl Design House told USA Today.
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.
We acquired the rights so we can have four-screen offerings--TV, online, mobile and the tablet," says Bell Media prexy Kevin Crull.