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merling

(ˈmɜːlɪŋ)
n
(Animals) a fish, Merlangius merlangus or Gadus merlangus. : whiting
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Or if a patient asks, as Scott Merling did, Schwartz will open up about his illness and treatment.
Ford Motor Company is announcing today the appointment of Laura Merling as vice president, Autonomous Vehicles Solutions, of Ford Smart Mobility LLC, Fords subsidiary working to design, build, grow and invest in emerging mobility services.
Daniel McGann & CBR & ReBath Solutions, Home Brands Group Brian Fleming Judy DeVincentis, Jason FirstLight HomeCare of Dothan, AL, McGee, Lane Miller & FirstLight HomeCare Starla Merling Armando Morales & Assisting Hands Miami, Assisting Hands Adrian Nunez Home Care LLC Jeff & Debbie Newman Signarama, Framingham, MA, United Franchise Group Tony & Sherry Perry AlphaGraphics 54, AlphaGraphics, Inc Sebastian Pica & Metro Cleaning Solutions Inc.
En tales operaciones tambien participaron las sociedades mercantiles Tiguan, Koleos, Servicios Luciana, Comercializadora Baltus, Maquiladora Luza, Grupo Textil Firence y Distribuidora Merling.
WASHINGTON REDSKINS--Released DE Phillip Merling and K John Potter.
En 2000 se elaboro una tesis de maestria en la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) con relacion a la television como escenario de poder economico y politico donde se realiza un analisis comparativo de contenido de la television publica y la comercial frente al terremoto de 1985, el mundial de futbol de 1986 y las elecciones federales de 1988 (Martinez Merling, 2000).
Mitchell Merling, Paul Mellon Curator and Head of European Art at the VMFA, has helped publish a beautiful, useful and illuminating work.
Merling, The author is a Supervisory Attorney at the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and a Past Chair of the Council of Appellate Staff Attorneys.
Ancient Israel's Literary Heritage Compared with Hittite Textual Data"), David Merling ("The Relationship between Archaeology and the Bible: Expectations and Reality"), Alan Millard ("Amorites and Israelites: Invisible Invaders--Modern Expectation and Ancient Reality"), Cynthia L.
Mitchell Merling, VMFA's Paul Mellon curator and head of the department of European art.
Several authors address the subject of methodology: Thomas Davis, "Theory and Method in Biblical Archaeology"; David Merling, "The Relationship between Archaeology and the Bible: Expectations and Reality"; Randall Younker, "Integrating Faith, the Bible, and Archaeology: A Review of the 'Andrews University Way' of Doing Archaeology"; Millard, "Amorites and Israelites: Invisible Invaders--Modern Expectation and Ancient Reality"; John Monson, "The Role of Context and the Promise of Archaeology in Biblical Interpretation from Early Judaism to Post Modernity"; and Andrew Vaughn, "Can We Write a History of Israel Today?