felter


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felter

(ˈfɛltə)
vb (tr)
obsolete (of hair or similar) to tangle or mat together
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Supported by the Cambrian Mountains Initiative, a five-woman team comprising a knitter, a stitcher, a felter, a wool shop proprietor and a sheep farmer has been working with the British Wool Marketing Board and buyers Curtis Wool to champion Welsh wool and make it more commercially available.
Valerian has a long history of use and was described by Ellingwood (1919) (32) as a minor nerve sedative and by Felter & Lloyd (1898) (33) as a "cerebral stimulant" to relieve irritability, pain, and "wakefulness".
Timothy Felter, CFO and Treasurer of Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank, said, “BOAT CAMP is the kind of organization that we are proud to support.
20) Eli Berman, Jacob Shapiro, Michael Callen, and Joseph Felter, "Do Working Men Rebel?
From left are Kimberly Bryan, manager of the new Portsmouth branch; Janice Morse, president and CEO of the bank; Helen Taft and Georgie Clark, executive director and family services director, respectively, at Families First; and Tim Felter, senior vice president and treasurer at the bank.
Felter SP, Conolly RB, Bercu JP, Bolger PM, Boobis AR, Bos PM, et al.
Susan Felter (Procter & Gamble), Risk Assessment of Personal Care Products for Babies and Children; and
In a study published in the Journal of Political Economy, University of California economist Eli Berman, Princeton political scientist Jacob Shapiro and Stanford political scientist Colonel Joseph Felter said they focused on the Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP) in Iraq to arrive at their conclusions.
Felter, worked in rigging, engine removal and installation, and metals technology (which today are three different career fields).
Delaney along with participant artists Todd Hido and Susan Felter will also hold a dialogue about the making of this show and the artists and works featured.