scorse


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scorse

(skɔːs)
n
an exchange or trade
vb (tr)
to trade, barter or exchange
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Steve Scorse, vice-president of EMEA for SiliconCore, said: In addition to the front access capability, the user still has all the great benefits of SiliconCore s unique and patented Common Cathode LED driver design, from low power consumption to minimal heat emission.
LUNENBURG -- Shelby Scorse, the daughter of Jeff and Sonya Scorse of Lunenburg, is one of three youths who have won an aviation scholarship from the Greater Boston Experimental Airplane Association Chapter 106.
However, Harrison and Scorse (2010) find an increase in small firm closures in Indonesia in response to anti-sweatshop activism.
E dicono che altre volte uno eccellente uomo fiorentino, detto Amerigo Vespuccio, con certe navi dei detti re la trovo e scorse per grande spazio, ma che dapoi e stato proibito che alcun vi possa andare (1: 561).
For an introduction to these ideas, see Jason Scorse, The Role of Government in Environmental Protection GRIST, Jul.
Ross's colleague, veteran bakery lecturer Cyril Scorse, first saw the old recipe, in a book published in the 1890s.
Ross's colleague, veteran bakery lecturer Cyril Scorse, first came across the original recipe in a book published in the 1890s when he was working as an apprentice.
Commenting on verse 18 ("mi scorse e spinse infin al terzo cielo"), the Italian scholar highlights the difference between the image of the beloved woman in the first canto of Dante's Paradiso and Conti's interpretation of his Isabetta.
The foundation raises money to give right back to the schools with scholarships and grants,'' said Felicia Scorse, chamber programs director.
Per la maggior parte dei cittadini italiani queste stragi sono state eventi di cronaca: abbiamo letto le liste con i nomi dei morti e dei feriti pubblicate sui maggiori quotidiani nazionali, le abbiamo anche scorse con l'ansia di trovare qualche nome noto.
Harrison, Ann and Jason Scorse, Moving Up or Moving Out?
In a related context, Harrison and Jason Scorse confirm that finding by investigating actions taken by the U.