mosser

mosser

(ˈmɒsə)
n
1. (Historical Terms) a 17th century raider or bandit in the Scottish borders
2. (Building) a person who puts moss around the tiles or slates of a roof
3. (Agriculture) Scot a person who works cutting and preparing peat
4. Irish a person who collects moss
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San Francisco Bay Area California, US-based urban workforce housing specialist Mosser Companies has now established a presence in Southern California's Los Angeles, the company said.
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According to Michael Mosser, a lecturer in the International Relations and Global Governance program at the University of Texas at Austin, "it's definitely an apples-to-oranges comparison between Hawaii and Texas.
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The employees featured in the winning essays are: Elizabeth Mosser, professor, Harford Community College; Donald Lucas, professor, Northwest Vista College; and Amber Brooks, professor, Perimeter College at Georgia State University The winnings student essays are below.
In a statement on its Facebook page earlier this week, the band said those killed that night included Nick Alexander, its merchandising manager, and three record company "comrades" of the band: Thomas Ayad, Marie Mosser and Manu Perez.
Our thoughts and hearts are first and foremost with our brother Nick Alexander, our record company comrades Thomas Ayad, Marie Mosser, and Manu Perez, and all the friends and fans whose lives were taken in Paris, as well as their friends, families, and loved ones.
Por su parte, Mosser y Britt encontraron en 2005, en la corteza entorrinal (ubicada en el lobulo temporal del cerebro), un grupo de celulas llamadas celulas de red, que generan un sistema de coordenadas para orientar al individuo en el espacio.
Instead, as Michael Mosser observes in his analysis of Horowitz, "innovations often benefit precisely those states who were not involved in the innovations themselves, but who were able to better implement them into their own cultures and bureaucracies.
It was produced by Jon Fowler, mixed by Josh Mosser (Imagine Dragons) and mastered by Grammy award winner Erick Labson.