Dister

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Dis`ter´


v. t.1.To banish or drive from a country.
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Esta se extiende desde el raudal de Honda hasta la poblacion de Tamalameque (Garcia-Lozano y Dister 1990).
Los muestreos se desarrollaron dos en periodo de aguas bajas, de febrero y julio, y dos en periodos de aguas altas de mayo y noviembre 2014, teniendo en cuenta las condiciones descritas por Garcia y Dister (1990).
Due to their bio-indicator capacity at wetlands (productivity, trophic structure, human disturbance, and contamination), herons and egrets are considered as wading birds of noticeable ecological importance (Custer and Osborn, 1977; Dister et al.
He was extremely nervous," Jeann-Francois Dister said.
His lawyer Jean-Fran\ois Dister told journalists that his late client was
Suddenly at home in Warren Point, County Down, formerly of Woolton and Dister Products.
Given today's economy, it is not surprising to see more emphasis being placed on financial performance, advanced clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction," states Lois Dister, executive vice president and managing director with Cejka Search's Executive Search Division.
2004, <<Reflexions sur le traitement automatique des langues>>, JADT, Le poids des mots, volume 1, Actes des 7emes Journees internationales d'Analyse statistique des Donnees Textuelles, edite par Gerald Purnelle, Cedric Fairon et Anne Dister, pp.
BECK LR, MH RODRIGUEZ, SW DISTER, AD RODRIGUEZ, RK WASHINO, DR ROBERTS, and MA SPANNER.