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Castner

(ˈkæstnə)
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(Biography) Hamilton Young. 1858–98, US chemist, who devised the Castner process for extracting sodium from sodium hydroxide
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"The civilian death toll we've uncovered in just a handful of strikes suggests the shroud of secrecy surrounding the US role in Somalia's war is actually a smokescreen for impunity," Brian Castner, a senior adviser at Amnesty International, stated.
French Interior Minister Christophe Castner. said in remarks quoted by Agence France-Presse that strict control measures had been imposed on the borders of the region and in all Christmas markets.
In last year's annual defense spending bill, O'Rourke got a provision included to permanently protect the Castner Range, nearly 7,000 acres of land surrounded by the Franklin Mountains around El Paso.
These barriers include lack of confidence in starting the conversation, fear of patient/family reactions, uncertainty that colleagues and supervisors would be supportive, and uncertainty regarding divergent cultural beliefs and practices (Ceccarelli, Castner, & Haras, 2008).
DISAPPOINTMENT RIVER By Brian Castner Doubleday $28.95, 352 pages ISBN 9780385541626 Audio, eBook available
However, except in the studies of Nickle (2003) and Nickle & Castner (1984) the occurrence of these species is not well documented, and the taxonomy and bio-ecology of these species have not been studied.
His father Ed Walker was an Alaskan Scout with Castner's Cutthroats in the Aleutians, an island chain in the state, during the World War II and his mother Frances worked on the Alcan Highway project.
Police found "a significant quantity" of cannabis plants at the house on Castner Avenue during the 8am raid.
Pictured top Left: Ross David Weiner, SLCE Architects; Harry Cannon, SDM Metro; Edward Sanders, HiTouch Business Services; Jessica Bogdan, Innovant; Jay Feiertag, FEDCAP; Matt Korytko, Avison Young; Yasaman Hoorazar, HOK; Christine Chavez, Knoll, Inc.; James Camille, BlackRock; Colleen Moran, Time Inc.; Kirsten Beck, Avison Young; Dan Castner BAM Studios; Brett Kaplan, Haworth; J.
vicina is the species that first comes to cadavers and is quite high in number (Byrd and Castner, 2010).
"We let them make a lot of decisions, be leaders and pursue their interests," Principal Michele Castner says.
Prior to entering public office in 1998, Blackburn served as Director of Retail Fashion and Special Events for the Castner Knott Company.