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eyer

(ˈaɪə)
n
a person who eyes; observer
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He was saying eyer,E and itEs more like eyuh,E" Grant says of the way one actor was pronouncing the word "youEre.
Also, the PCEye Plus comes with the EyeR Infrared dongle and a new Virtual Remote software.
Hibeesare set to take appeal to eyer level ANTHONY HAGGERTY a.
Among the most precious exponents are the parade uniform of the legendary Bulgarian aviator Simeon Petrov, the documents and awards of the first diver in the Bulgarian army, Gustav Carlson, the binnacle of the glorious Macedonian leader, Todor Panitza, the Bulgarian military flag from 1937 and the personal belongings of Louis Eyer, one of the foreigners who have died in the Battle of Doiran in 1917.
The eating environment and interaction with mother can create a warm and comfortable feeling about eating that encourages good eating habits and positive attitude toward food (Gonalez-Mena and Eyer, 2000).
Arizona public health leader Elsie Eyer, MS, died in May.
With Karl Eyer Smith as master of ceremonies and Malcolm Stent, Don Maclean and Twickenham Primary School Kingstanding taking part, it really will be a night to remember.
8220;Brett Furman listed my house on Friday night and I had a full price signed contract the following Wednesday,” Don Eyer said of Real Estate Broker Furman.
During routine maintenance to cabin soundproofing, Petty Officers Hall and Stearns and Airman Eyer found that a crucial bolt and hardware were missing from the main-cabin vibe absorber on VENOM 514.
Allostasis: A principle first defined by Sterling and Eyer in 1988 to describe the dynamic operating range of most vital functions (e.
The literature states that the Gerber philosophy corresponds with current guidelines relating to developmentally appropriate practice (Gonzalez-Mena & Widmeyer Eyer, 2007), which is linked to the notion of child-centredness (Meade, 2000).
Gonzalez-Mena (education, Canada College and Napa Valley College) and Eyer (education, Canada College) overview Pikler's research and Gerber's philosophy, as taught in courses at the Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE)organization.