taillie

taillie

(ˈteljɪ)
n
the limitation of an estate or interest to a person and that person's heirs
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Knowledge is a very powerful weapon in the fight against drug abuse," says Scott Taillie, vice president of marketing and business development for Alere Toxicology and DATIA secretary.
RCT has been identified recently as a complementary approach to working with clients with eating disorders (Sanftner, Tantillo, & Seidlitz, 2004; Tantillo, MacDowell, Anson, Taillie, & Cole, 2009; Tantillo & Sanftner, 2003).
The idea of ordering diversity was first proposed by Patil & Taillie (1977, 1979) and Solomon (1979).
Highlights include the return of Sibu, the orang-utan, who has spent the last few years staying at various wildlife parks across the world, and the arrival of Taillie.
Highlights include the return of Sibu, the orangutan, who has spent the last few years staying at various wildlife parks across the world, and the arrival of Taillie.
Larry Taillie, president of CXR Larus Corporation, commented, "The partnership with Hitron has allowed CXR Larus to achieve a dominant market share for advanced timing solutions in Taiwan.
Patil GP, Brooks RP, Myers WL, Rapport DJ, Taillie C.
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Larry Taillie, President of CXR Larus commented; "We are offering these special incentives on our advanced timing and synchronization products as a 'Thank You' to our valuable customer partners.
We know people try to cheat on drug tests," says Scott Taillie, board member of the Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) and vice president of marketing and business development for Alere Toxicology, a provider of lab-based and point-of-collection drug testing services for substance use treatment professionals.