herringer

herringer

(ˈhɛrɪŋə)
n
1. (Fishing) a person that catches herring
2. (Fishing) a boat used to catch herring
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Keynote speeches at the launch were given by Kevin Weaver the Vice-President of International, Workforce Development and Partnerships at Georgian College, and Mark Herringer, Dean of International Education at Durham College.
Herringer (1984: 9) mentions the phenomenon of episodic compounds for such small groups--a potential example he constructs is German Mausebibel 'mice bible', which is useable by family members who all know about a past incident in which a bible showing teeth marks of mice (who had apparently nibbled at it) was found by the family in a barn.
The White & Case team advising Tractebel Engineering includes partner Thierry Bosly, counsel Jean-Francois Lerouge and associate Sophie Sahlin in Brussels, partners Roger Kiem and Bodo Bender and counsel Angelika BartholomEni in Frankfurt and local partner Justus Herringer in Hamburg.
Personnel Office liaison staff member Frank Herringer observed, "We did a pretty good job of getting younger women into jobs, particularly in the White House, who later developed into very senior accomplished women.
In the university setting, the supporters of the equity policies have charged the institution with systemic racista and sexism and used terms such as "chilly climate" to explain how and why people from disadvantaged groups are demonized, marginalized, and under-represented in universities (Agocs 2002; Bankier 1996; Chilly Collective Staff 1995; James 2003, 2005, 2007; Mahtani 2004, 2006; Mather 1996; Paul and Herringer 1996; Lorimer 1996; Prentice 1996; Stewart 2009; Webb 1996; West 1994).
Carol Herringer, Victorians and the Virgin Mary: religion and gender in England, 1830-1885 (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 2008), 20.
I quickly learned that once you join one corporate board, other opportunities emerge, A month or so later, Frank Herringer, the CEO of Transamerica.
last week appointed Frank Herringer and Kenneth Oder to its board, expanding it to 11 directors.
Although too little research has been done on the efficacy of involvement in 12-step programs, some research has indicated a significant relationship between participation in Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and posttreatment sobriety (Christo & Sutton, 1994; Johnsen & Herringer, 1993).
Later, Martin Herringer and Jacob Klundt were also appointed.
Post-discharge continuing care can enhance recovery outcomes (Johnson & Herringer, 1993; Godley, Godley, & Dennis, 2001; Dennis, Scott, & Funk, 2003), but only one in five clients actually receives such care (McKay, 2001).