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Mindel

(ˈmɪndəl)
n
(Geological Science) the second major Pleistocene glaciation of Alpine Europe. See also Günz, Riss, Würm
[C20: named after the River Mindel, in Bavaria, Germany]
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It takes place in Mindelo City, So Vicente, from February 26 to March 2, 2018, in the Mindel Hotel Conference Room, plus a Sub-regional Workshop on the Exterior Limits of the Continental Shelf, beyond 200 nautical miles, with the participation of experts from the countries involved.
Author Valerie Mindel has had an extensive stage career and has taught folk styles for two decades.
Shelton, Mindel & Associates has served as the interior-design architect for the project.
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International Bureau Chief Mindel De La Torre says the reorg elevates and expands the bureau's economic analysis and improves its international coordination role.
Mindel and Verma (2006) also report that an empty wiki available to online students is not enough.
David Mindel wrote the entry and has also worked on advertising jingles.
A variety of amateur and professional writers and performers submitted songs and the up-tempo electro-swing track penned by David Mindel and Adrian Bax White was selected as the UK entry.
Cunningham AL, Taylor R, Taylor J, Marks C, Shaw J, Mindel A.
In her quest to keep her family home, Mindel meets three dragons who are considered misfits by all, but whose very oddities may save Castle Draconmere.
Telecommunications minister receives International Bureau at the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Mindel De La Torre and FCC member Jessica Rosenworcel.