Yager


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Ya´ger


n.1.(Mil.) In the German army, one belonging to a body of light infantry armed with rifles, resembling the chasseur of the French army.
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Our high-performing, network-wide solution can be implemented into any mixed environment and is ideal for backing up mission-critical data, especially in educational institutions," Yager concluded.
City spokesman Kristy Yager says it's the first flood emergency in Oklahoma City's history.
Sharon Yager, director, does an excellent job maintaining a smooth operation.
com)-- Vermont artist Jesi Yager, granddaughter of former Springfield High School Art teacher Jack Bateman, has taken her art into the world of crowd-funding.
In each case, drivers took about twice as long to react as they did when they weren't texting," Christine Yager, who headed the study, told Reuters.
Understanding the issue of distracted driving is a constantly evolving process because it seems like every day, new technology comes out," says Christine Yager, an associate transportation researcher at the institute, who is the lead author of the study.
Drivers were asked to stop when they saw a flashing yellow light, and their reaction times were recorded, Yager said.
Springfield resident Jesse Lee Yager, 33, allegedly drove several miles on city streets after Springfield police used "spike strips" to deflate all four of the fleeing vehicle's tires.
Work Less, Do More: The 14-Day Productivity Makeover" is a guide to understanding the full extent and potential of productivity from Jan Yager, as she advises readers on how to get the most out of their workday through focusing through distraction, and maximizing even one's leisure time.
Yager, "A procedure for ordering fuzzy subsets of the unit interval," Information Sciences, vol.
Having taught Crisis Intervention, Interpersonal Communications and the Sociology of Health at several colleges including the University of Connecticut, Yager admits that she brings a unique medical sociological perspective to this workbook that makes it more in touch with the connection between stress and increased time pressures.
Separating fact from fiction, Edwin Yager stands up for hypnotism as a legitimate practice and not just to be tossed to the side as a pseudoscience.