Knab


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(năb)
v. t.1.To seize with the teeth; to gnaw.
[imp. & p. p. Knabbed (năbd); p. pr. & vb. n. Knabbing.]
2.To nab. See Nab, v. t.
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During 2014, KNAB initiated additional high profile investigations against government officials.
The grant--extended until July 1 of this year, for half those amounts--enabled Knab to hire a couple of attorneys and shift existing attorneys, where other grant funds have run out, to serve clients in the legal services offices in Panama City, Pensacola, and Ft.
The most powerful example is the satellite TV industry, where "millions of homes have this technology being used to receive digital signals," Knab says.
Anopheles (Kerteszia) cruzii Dyar & Knab, 1908 foi registrada somente no Carvalho e Coquillettidia (Rynchotaenia) chrysonotum (Peryassu, 1922), apenas na Trilha (Tabela 1).
In June 2006, the KNAB again issued demands that the Government declare Ahmadis non-Muslims and on June 23, 2006, approximately 1,500 to 2,000 marchers attempted to seize an Ahmadiyya mosque near Dhaka.
Countryside worker Alan Knab was living near Alnwick when he targeted the 12-year-old for horrific abuse.
The high overhead associated with making beer played a role in Bru's decision," said Tim Knab, president of the High Falls Business Association.
gains in income [through earned tax credits and work] were almost exactly counterbalanced by reductions in income from lower welfare and Food Stamp payments and by higher payroll taxes" (Freeman, Knab, Gennetian & Navarro, 2000, p.
Anthropologist Timothy Knab met this mad messiah as a student in Mexico in the early 1970s, where he befriended many urban Huichols, learned their language, and participated in their peyote-centered ceremonies.
We are proud to have DIRECTV approve our Wireless Phone Jacks for Modems for use in their set top box installations," said John Knab, CEO Phonex Broadband.
Notions such as human sacrifice are nearly impossible for most modern readers to grasp, acknowledges Knab.
Knab lived with her handicapped son in New Orleans' Bywater district, in a decrepit house with cracked plumbing and rotted wood floors with holes big enough for neighborhood rats to pay visits.