ettin


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ettin

(ˈɛtɪn)
n
(European Myth & Legend) a giant
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of sales, marketing, and business development Jeff Ettin, this product differs from other hybrid yarns that combine different fibers by cabling or twisting, which can compromise the mechanical integrity of the fibers.
The authors had thanked Steve Axilrod, Norm Bernard, Carl Christ, Ed Ettin, and Allan Meltzer for comments and Stephen Gardner, April Gifford, and Katrina Stierholz for research assistance.
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This is the case for the dams of Ettin (Mateur), El Harka (Sejenane), El Malah (Ghazala) and Dwimiss (southern Bizerte).
A travelling circus arrives in the capital city of Kingsbridge, bringing with it a one-headed Ettin, a small blue Norker and a 14-year-old acrobat on a mission to find her twin brother.
Trans-acting siRNA-mediated repression of ETTIN and ARF4 regulates heteroblasty in Arabidopsis.
Bilbo, in The Hobbit, passed Ettensmoor, and besides knowing the term from their adult scholarship, both Lewis and Tolkien would no doubt have read the story "The Red Ettin" as children in Andrew Lang's The Blue Fairy Book; but at the time he was creating Narnia, Lewis may have associated "ettin" with Tolkien's work as much as with "The Red Ettin.
Cerag ettin ani cun ey vezir-i Musteri-tal'at Yine senden gerektir ol cerag uzre nigehbani (TOLASA 1979:96)
law firm of Katz, Ettin, Levine, Kurzweil & Weber and principal owner of the NBA's New Jersey Nets.
The facility has been designed by Berry Architects of Eugene, in association with Peck, Smiley, Ettin of Portland.
The authors would like to thank Edward Ettin, Michael Gordy, Darryll Hendricks, David Jones, Jose Lopez, Brian Peters, and two anonymous referees for many thoughtful comments.