Raddock


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Rad´dock

    (răd´dŭk)
n.1.(Zool.) The ruddock.
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Urban housing developers Francine Kellman and her co-principal Brian Raddock of Preservation Development Partners announced that, together, they will now operate independently as K & R Preservation.
In several articles in the Orthodox Jewish Forum, author Charles Raddock contrasted the "real" Hasidism of the newcomers with the fraudulent "neo-Hasidism" of Buber, which robbed the tradition of something that was more than form, but rather part of its essence.
As you read the inaugural item on depression, written by Michael Maksimowski, MD, and Michael Raddock, MD, you'll notice that the article starts with a brief case report.
Holder of the Raddock Family Eminent Scholar Chair for Holocaust Studies, he also directs the Center for the Study of Values and Violence after Auschwitz.
Anyone interested in making donations can call Roberta Raddock at (978) 534-7715.
Raddock then shouted at Pratt to "stop bullying people.
5' 1": Patrick Raddock and Naitini Tuiyau who appeared for Fiji in the 1950s are believed to be the shortest to appear in first-class cricket.
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