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n.1.Sorrow; dole.
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The highlight for me was a workshop by members of Stop Institutional Racism (STIR) advocates Heather Came, Nicole Coupe, Trevor Simpson, Claire Doole, Grant Berghan, Jonathan Fay and Tim McCreanor.
Roberts AM, Pannell DJ, Doole G, Vigiak O (2012) Agricultural land management strategies to reduce phosphorus loads in the Gippsland Lakes, Australia.
A cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA; Balana, Vinten, & Slee, 2011; Doole & Romera, 2013; Karamouz, Szidarovszky, & Zahraie, 2003) was applied to examine the relative cost-effectiveness of these and comparable alternative research and development (R&D) extension tools used in the Australian sugar industry.
Doole, Pyzalski and Cross (2009) argue that a key difference between cyberbullying and face-to-face bullying is the imbalance of power and repetition.
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson with residents Mary Huxham, Danielle Doole, Irene Milson and Danielle Grant, from the Welsh Streets, in Liverpool in May Picture: JAMES MALONEY
Simon Doole, 19, of Aln-|wick, has been jailed for 13 months after admitting two counts of racially aggravated assault and criminal damage.
The show is one of the first results of a shift in strategy at FremantleMedia, where Sarah Doole, who has been director of global drama since February 2014, was hired by CEO Cecile Frot-Coutaz with the goal of raising its scripted-programming revenue share to 50% from 30% in five years.
Andrew Doole, senior vice president for Show Management said, We re very excited with the prospects, which makes the yearly event for the Marine Industries Association of South Florida, the show s owner.
55) Gert Assmus and Carsten Wiese, 'How to Address the Grey Market Threat Using Price Coordination' in Isobel Doole and Robin Lowe (eds), International Marketing Strategy: Contemporary Readings (International Thomson Business Press, 1997) 316, 324-5.