Gabert

Gab´ert


n.1.A lighter, or vessel for inland navigation.
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STEM studies offer the greatest opportunities for well-paying, long-lasting careers and economic growth," said Glen Gabert, Ph.
Helge Gabert, a project manager with the Department of Environmental Quality, said the review was put on a backburner this year as the agency focused its limited staff on other projects, but they're planning to make it a higher priority starting Jan.
Electricians Adam Hall, right, and Steven Gabert, install solar panels on a roof for Arizona Public Service company in Goodyear, Ariz.
On the other hand, in professional sports, high ticket prices do not necessarily indicate a decrease in the demand (Pan, Zhu, Gabert, & Brown, 1999).
The three men arrested were Raymond Tucker Blackstone, 19; Jared Donald Gabert, 18; and William Jayhugh Friend, 19.
According to Hudson County Community College (HCCC) President Glen Gabert, the Dineen-Hull gift is a landmark for the HCCC Foundation Art Collection, which recently passed a milestone of 500 works of art.
van Dongen JJ, Macintyre EA, Gabert JA, Delabesse E, Rossi V, Saglio G, Gottardi E, Rambaldi A, Dotti G, Griesinger F, Parreira A, Gameiro P, Diaz MG, Malec M, Langerak AW, San Miguel JF, Biondi A.
Gabert, Hale, & Montalvo (1999) conducted a study of 246 first time, first-year student-athletes.