Dauby


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Daub´y


a.1.Smeary; viscous; glutinous; adhesive.
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Then arrived, two by two, with a gravity which made a contrast in the midst of the frisky ecclesiastical escort of Charles de Bourbon, the eight and forty ambassadors of Maximilian of Austria, having at their head the reverend Father in God, Jehan, Abbot of Saint-Bertin, Chancellor of the Golden Fleece, and Jacques de Goy, Sieur Dauby, Grand Bailiff of Ghent.
"In March, when we first heard about this grant, we immediately knew the great opportunity that this grant would offer to our hospital and community, states Randall Dauby, CEO of Pinckneyville Community Hospital.
The 2018 Dauby Award was proudly presented to Patrick Walsh, VP of Finance at Rocksolid Surfaces for his extensive philanthropic commitment to the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center (CHSC).
Studies from both developing and developed countries indicate that infants who are HIVexposed are at increased risk for group B streptococcus (Dauby, Chamekh, Melin, Slogrove, & Goetghebuer, 2016).
(23.) Dauby N, Libois A, Van Broeck J, Delmee M, Vandenberg O, Martiny D.
Of a number of ethnographic video works included in the Biennale, the Taiwan-based team of Yannick Dauby (sound) and Wan-Shuen Tsai (video) presents the most compelling integration of serious ethnographic fieldwork and deft audiovisual aesthetics, though it is ill served by the cavernous industrial architecture of Carriageworks.
During the Opening General Session, NTCA Past President Jim Dauby handed the gavel to new NTCA President Doug Boone of Premier Communications (Sioux Center, Iowa), making Boone the first NTCA president to represent a commercial company.
Dauby, "Effect of liquid steel flow pattern on slab quality and the need for dynamic electromagnetic control in the mould," Ironmaking and Steelmaking, vol.
Her family found her body hidden, wrapped in plastic, under a sofa in the flat Dauby spent three hours cleaning before going on the run.