runkle


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runkle

(ˈrʌŋkəl)
n
a crease or wrinkle
adj
creased or wrinkled
vb
to crease or wrinkle
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Both Runkle and David Friday, director and general manager of heavy-duty applications, see DDS well placed to serve a market which has reached a crossroads.
Traditional economies of scale will change when tomorrow's powertrain systems arrive, says Don Runkle.
Many studies have documented the response of species to gaps formed in the forest canopy by the death of a large branch, a whole tree, or a small group of trees (Watt 1947, Bray 1956, Denslow 1980, Brokaw 1985, Runkle 1985, Canham 1988, Stewart et al.
Runkle Elementary School, interviews the featured teachers, and viewers call in to discuss what they've seen.
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He later worked as senior VP in the motion picture and audio-visual division of the Lowe Runkle Company (now Runkle-Moroch Inc.
Peter Van Runkle, Executive Director of OHCA, stated, "This is a bad situation that is getting worse - and elderly facility patients and caregivers are at severe risk.
Runkle told selectmen their action could not be delayed.
These drinking water sources are not regulated, are typically not tested, and may contain contaminants, including chemicals, radionuclides, and microbes hazardous to consumers' health (DeSimone, 2009; Embrey & Runkle, 2006; Nolan, Ruddy, Hitt, & Helsel, 1997).
DeMars and Runkle (1992) studied seven areas within a single, large woodlot in Greene County, Ohio (the Wright State University woods), sampling 100 1-[m.
Despite the downturn in 2006, the numbers should rebound this year with the Runkle Canyon project, which will bring 461 housing units in the hills south of the city above Sequoia Avenue.
Whitney Haltiner added 14 points and Natalie Runkle had 11 for Tillamook.