Shindle

Shin´dle


n.1.A shingle; also, a slate for roofing.
v. t.1.To cover or roof with shindles.
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On Friday, Kate Shindle wrote,"I almost don't have the words to respond to Yashar Ali's revelations about the current leadership of the Miss America Organization," adding,"it makes me physically ill.
2014, Friedman sent an email to Haskell with a subject line which read, "It should have been Kate Shindle.
The cast of the touring production is led by Kate Shindle, who is also the president of the labour union Actors' Equity.
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Bartoszek IA, Schuman MJ, Worley KB, Schmid JR, Addison DS, Shindle DB, Green VJ.
New York--based actor Kate Shindle has been elected the new president of Actor's Equity Association.
Called 'Learning on the Go - tips and trends in m-learning', the report contains contributions from specialist instructional designer, Valentina Piccioli; Francesco Minichini, of Cezanne on Demand, who has ten years of experience in international IT projects, management and human resources; Amol Shindle, an India-based e-learning professional; Cindy Pascale Vado, the CEO of the US-based e-learning courseware provider, Vado, and Josh Squires, the Chief Operating Officer of Docebo EMEA.
They included Oyster Burns, Matt Kilroy, Mike Griffin, Tommy Tucker, and Bill Shindle.
Fellow Team Genesis member Ed Shindle of Holden also works at Genesis Club and has his own source of satisfaction in running the race.
Nho SJ, Yadav H, Shindle MK, Macgillivray JD 2008 Rotator cuff degeneration: etiology and pathogenesis American Journal of Sports Medicine 36 (5) 987-93
African American players and players who suffered muscle injuries had significantly lower levels," Michael Shindle, MD, lead researcher and member of Summit Medical Group, said.