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strander

(ˈstrændə)
n
a person who strands
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In 2016, Senators Cantwell and Murray announced two INFRA grants in Washington state: $45 million for the City of Seattle to complete the South Lander Street grade separation and railroad safety project; and $5 million for the City of Tukwila to address the bottleneck of train, truck, and car traffic on Strander Boulevard.
Mr Budd, who had two daughters - Cheryll and Karen - grew up in Wales and worked as a strander at Allied Steel and Wire while volunteering his spare time coaching youngsters.
Strander et al has devised a new scoring system, the Swede score, which includes lesion size as a variable.
Strander Boulevard Extension & Grade Separation Phase 3, $5 million.
Further, the company said that the orders such as multiple batch feeding systems and strander systems were for OSB (oriented strand board) producers in France and Malaysia and these systems will be delivered and commissioned in the second half of 2016.
Besides geometry, a key difference between our study and previous studies was that our flakes were obtained from a disk strander from an OSB plant and microdefects were present, which likely lowered our values when compared with other studies.
Naucler P, Ryd W, Tornberg S, Strand A, Wadell G, Elfgren K, Radberg T, Strander B, Forslund O, Hansson B-G, Hagmar B, Johansson B, Rylander E, Dillner J.
The Chemical Engineering Senior Design team of Rachel Kenion, Liana Vaccari, and Katie Van Strander has designed biochar electrodes for supercapacitors, and is looking to eventually bring their solution to market.
Strander and colleagues reported that adjuvant radiotherapy in combination with partial cystectomy was able to improve the prognosis of bladder leiomyosarcoma.
Van Strander, A Potent Federal Prosecutorial Tool: Weyhrauch v.
Strander B, Andersson-Ellstrom A, Milsom I, Sparen P.