partan

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partan

(ˈpɑːtən; ˈpartən)
n
(Animals) a Scot word for crab11, crab12
[C15: of Celtic origin]
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uk/traveltop10 5 SCOTTISH BORDERS A week from PS69pp Partan Cottage is at the foot of the cliffs in the pretty fishing village of Burnmouth in south-eastern Scotland.
Tenders are invited for Providing and Installing a deep Tubewell of size 200 mm id Straight up to 250 mtr depth Providing and fixing PVC Rising Main Construction of Sluice Valve Chamber and Providing and Installation of Rain Water Bore Hole and Allied Components complete in all respects at Water Supply Scheme at village Rampur Partan and Dwarkapur Block Samana District Patiala UNDER NRDWP SUSTAINABILITY.
Chaudoir, assistant professor of psychology; Ji Hao, assistant professor of modern languages and literatures; Daina Harvey, instructor of sociology and anthropology; Andre Isaacs class of 2005, assistant professor of chemistry; Elizabeth Landis, assistant professor of chemistry; Justin McAlister, assistant professor of biology; Olga Partan, assistant professor of modern languages and literatures; Julia Paxson, assistant professor of biology; K.
7) 30 Drive back (5) 31 Gradually wear away (5) 2 Subdued (3-3) 3 Warns (6) 4 Tiny amount (3) 5 Poisonous snake (5) 6 Unadulterated (food) (7) 7 Indebted to (4) 8 Continent of the northern hemisphere (6) 12 Sovereign (5) 13 Yielded (5) 14 Turnips (5) 15 Large retail outlet (5) 16 Appointment to meet secretly (5) 18 Commenced (5) 19 Virtually nothing (7) 21 Interfere annoyingly (6) 22 Smoked fish (6) 23 Essential (6) 25 Arctic (5) 26 Partan - - -, crab soup (4) 28 TV programme, Murder - - - Wrote (3)
8) However, the unofficial ODM campaign strategy appeared to be in partan ethnic one.
An Efficient Implementation of the PARTAN Variant of the Linear Approximation Method for the Network Equilibrium Problem.
Davies will look it over to see if it applies to the PartAn as it applies to the Camsizer.
Spiders have provided valuable models for recent studies into the function and evolution of "multi-modal communication" (sensu Partan & Marler 1999).
Helped by electronics engineers Tom Hurst and Jim Partan at WHOI, and a summer student studying mechanical engineering, Alex Shorter, we put together the first D-tag in record time.
PARTAN, THE INTERNATIONAL LAW PROCESS: CASES AND MATERIALS 824-25 (1992).
In practical terms, the right to know has emerged in both the community and the workplace from an obligation that people should be informed of the risks they face in their daily lives (Baram and Partan 1990; Hook and Lucier 2000).
Partan de ce cadre general, l'ouvrage passe en revue les grands enjeux urbains auxquels Montreal doit faire face, comme bien d'autres villes.