Develin


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Dev´el`in


n.1.(Zool.) The European swift.
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Fullback James Develin grew up outside Philadelphia but played college football at Brown University in Providence.
I am overjoyed at this generous gift from the Pitts Family Foundation that honors our distinguished graduate and my very good friend, Kay Pitts," said Joan Develin Coley, Ph.
4 used in (Guterman, 2009, Section 3) and in Cuninghame-Green and Butkovic (2004), but see also Develin et al.
31-34; Robert DEVELIN, "The election of archons from Solon to Telesinos": L'Antiquite Classique, no.
By Paul Clarke, Develin Consulting, and Alan Penrhyn-Lowe, director of financial services, Network Housing Group
8) Develin points out that the fact that there is no other individual in Attic prosopography bearing this strange name should not deter us from accepting it as real.
Evidence suggests that a client who is able to set their own goals, and identify and monitor them, has an increased chance of making life-style changes that they can maintain (Milat, O'Hara, & Develin, 2009).
NEW AGE JAM (from left): Kev Beacon, Mark Simpson and Graham Develin
The director of NSW Health's Centre for Health Advancement Liz Develin acknowledged there was widespread hostility to the ban but said research in Britain, Canada and other Australian states showed careful planning and education can lower levels of patient distress.
Groomsmen were Christopher Lee Allen of Hollandale, brother of the groom; Michael Mashburn Butler of Birmingham, Alabama, and Richard Cleve Butler of Florence, brothers of the bride; Justin William Develin and James Leo Haffey Jr.