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scroggin

(ˈskrɒɡɪn)
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(Cookery) informal NZ a tramper's home-made high-calorie sweetmeat
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They've whopped John Scroggins till he's well nigh dead.
Scroggin joined CoastHills as the credit union's first social media officer.
Because of the depth and complexity of this type of project, which will be the first of its kind in Arkansas, the extended time taken in developing this arrangement has been necessary to ensure that all aspects have been evaluated and addressed thoroughly," Conway Regional spokeswoman Lori Ross Scroggin said in an email to Whispers.
Scroggin brings 15 plus years in HR technology to his new venture, CompareHRIS.
Also slated to present will be Jeff Koga, Associate Vice President, Call-to-Resolution Enterprise Value Stream, of the Oshkosh Corporation; Doug Formby, Vice President, Production Control, Toyota Engineering and Manufacturing North America; Brad Scroggin, Group Director, Automotive Industry Group for the Supply Chain Solutions (SCS) business segment of Ryder System, Inc.
Ashley Scroggin added 13 points and Hailey Garrity chipped in 10 for Westview (22-5), which will face Oregon City in the semifinals at 6:30 p.
David Scroggin, Steven Graham and Adam Bravey also celebrated, while Richard Biggs hit the consolation.
75 million of compensatory damages that the woman, Donna Scroggin of Little Rock, AR, won after suing Wyeth and Upjohn Co.
Service Providers are growing increasingly dependent on a reliable home network to deliver advanced content such as IPTV services," comments Jeff Scroggin, CEO of Plaster Networks.
Most communities have a Web site--and we all look great in our Web site pictures--but most do not have the ability to apply online," Chris Scroggin, the Director of Property Management at Park La Brea in Los Angeles, said.
620, 631 (1982) (holding that permanent flooding as a result of a broken dike constitutes a compensable taking); Scroggin v.
For discussion of strategies in this area, see "Effectively Using the Annual Gift Tax Exclusion (Part I)," by John Scroggin, in the June 2001 issue of The Tax Adviser.