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eyer

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a person who eyes; observer
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Opgal will also present the Arbel[TM] dual field-of-view (FOV) uncooled thermal camera with a high-sensitivity uncooled microbolometer; the Golan[TM] ruggedized long-range thermal camera that is easily integrated in OEM surveillance and other systems; and a range of compact and low-power thermal engines, including the EyeR Core[TM] high-end thermal imaging video engine with support for both VOx and ASi microbolometer detectors.
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In Fine Form: Figures by Four" is an exhibit of figurative art by four Gold Beach artists, Alexandra Eyer, Lorraine Filippone, Pat Renner and J.
When people are called into early childhood teaching professions, they generally want to work with children and often do not realize it means working with both children and adults (Gonzalez-Mena & Eyer, 2004).
And yet relatively few of them have succeeded," says Katie Eyer, a Salmanson Goldshaw associate who represented Prowel for Equality Advocates.
I contacted Janice Eyer, ONS's North Carolina state health policy liaison (part of our "grass tops" leadership: health policy leaders who focus on building quality relationships with policy makers), and she activated other ONS leaders in North Carolina to contact Hagan's office and advocate for the legislation and the increase in the cigarette tax.
Oh, that silly Senator Buttars," Dani Eyer, executive director of the Utah chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, told Associated Press.
But just when it looked as though Bay were getting back into the game, a 56th-minute defensive mistake led to Richard Eyer doubling the Kidsgrove lead which was further extended two minutes later when a deep Eyer cross, from the right, was headed at the far post by Rhead.
Although in the last few years a lot of research has been done on prosodic bootstrapping in normal development providing ample evidence for the interaction of prosody with syntax and morphology (for instance, Jusczyk 1997; numerous papers in Morgan and Demuth 1996; or in Weissenborn and Hohle 2000), unfortunately, in the field of language impairment, there are only a few studies on the impact of supra- and segmental phonology on children's language learning problems (besides earlier studies by Chiat and her collaborators, as well as Chiat 2001, see, for instance, Leonard and Eyer 1996; McGregor and Leonard 1994; Panagos and Prelock 1997; Penner et al.
Richard Eyer, who serves as assistant professor of philosophy at Concordia University Wisconsin, director of counseling, and director of the Concordia Bio-ethics Institute, told the convention, "Now is the time to speak and live the Theology of the Cross that helps people see God in the midst of their suffering.
NEW YORK -- Hill+Knowlton Strategies today announced that Thomas Tindemans, CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies' Brussels office, will join Joe Eyer as co-lead of the agency's global public affairs practice.