Ayrie

Related to Ayrie: Complimentative, Immemorable

A´y`rie


n.1.See Aerie.
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Making it a point to inspire change and social transformation, Dakila Spokesperson Ayeen Karunungan gave a comprehensive crash-course on advocacy communications followed by a talk on project management by Communications Manager Ayrie Ching, capped off by Executive Director Leni Velasco's discussion on the finer points of effective and creative project planning and communication strategy.
When the dramatis personae labels Ariel as an ayrie spirit, the adjective "airy" is redundant.
Ye ayrie witts, subtill, [Iudiciuous], Since that few schollers fortunes are content, Wonder not if our scene ends discontent.
Yet this imagery of confession is necessary before he again can ascend from what Sack does in an earthly sense--"confirm[s] my zeale" (42) and "double[s] my affection" (43)--to Sack's uplifting, deifying effects: "thou mak'st me ayrie, active to be born" (49) and "Thou mak'st me nimble .
Top money of pounds 568 went to Steve Ianson, from Yorkshire, with David Ayrie, of Newcastle, second and another Yorkshire, Paul Short, third.
The money, raised during a summer fete, was donated to the Ayries Society to pay for care and health education in the Dalit community.
In addition effective practices prevent conduct problems also have demonstrated efficacy (Conduct Disorders Prevention Research Group, 1999a, 1999b) as well as practices to lessen the overall level of antisocial behavior in school (Burke, Ayries, & Hagan-Burke, 2003; Carr, Dunlap, Horner, Keogel, Tunbull, Sailor, Anderson, Albin, Keogel, & Fox, 2002; Tobin, Lewis-Palmer & Sugai, 2001).