branner

branner

(ˈbrænə)
n
a person or machine that cleans metal plates using bran
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My views on the meaning and use of dialect evidence are discussed in detail in Branner 2000: 9-37.
Wilby's Fitness Book,'' by Toni Tickel Branner (Kendall/Hunt Publishing; $15.
Branner to the bank's lending team, the company said.
Branner as a senior vice president and commercial loan officer.
Branner (1904) provided continuity to these early studies by producing a detailed description of the sandstone banks on Brazil's northeastern coast.
10) See, for instance, Alleton (1997, 2008), Mair (2002), Galambos (2006), Bottero & Djamouri (2006), Wendan (2009) and Branner et al.
Its composite nature qualifies it as a diasystem as dubbed by Weinreich 1954 and described by Branner as "an artificial composite, created by a linguist through comparison of different dialects, which it serves to reconcile (wholly or partially) within a single phonological framework.
2] Bodil Branner and Poul Hjorth, Real and Complex Dynamical Systems, Springer Science and Business Media, 464, 2013.
Peter Branner, Head of SEB Investment Management, says, "Thanks to UBP's long-standing expertise in asset management and fund distribution, we are confident that this agreement will allow us to better support our clients and third-party distributors outside our core markets.
Twenty-five thousand people packed the stands at the Ellensburg Rodeo the day that Tom Branner and Vicky Stuart went head to head in the dangerous business of staying on horses, whose sole purpose was to rejoice in your demise.
5) In 2008, Branner, et al, conducted a study between 2001 and 2004 and found that in 55,695,554 visits from obese children, only in 42.
Graham Dawson, 60, will o cially take over from current president Geo[euro] Branner when the NASUWT holds its annual conference in Cardi[euro] at the weekend.