Fosset


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Fos´set


n.1.A faucet.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(14.) Kutikov A, Fosset L, Ramachandi P, Tomaszewski JE, Siegelman ES, Banner MP, et al.
Only when we continue the tour in the hall do we start to find the Khnopffs, which begin, above a suite of furniture by Josef Hoffmann, with a group of views painted in and around the family's summer country retreat at Fosset in the forest of Ardennes (Fig.
Results have shown that sex ratios do, in fact, bear a significant correlation with racial differences in marriage, non-marital childbearing, and lone-parent households (Fosset and Kiecolt 1991; Lichter, McLaughlin, Kephart, and Landry 1992).
Joe and Rebecca Fosset (left) are the owners of Joseph's Amazing Camels ...
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This incredible average speed has also meant that Sidney has beaten the existing fully crewed record time set by Steve Fosset onboard Paystation, by 1 hour and 7 seconds.
B., Bruder, M., Hebbeler, K., Carta, J., de Fosset, M., Greenwood, C., ...
Among the company's higher profile clients are Dame Ellen MacArthur on her round-the-world record, Steve Fosset for many of his record-breaking sailing attempts, and the Puma Ocean Racing team which came second in last year's Volvo Ocean Race.
The Rockwell Sabreliner 65, nevertheless proved faster and more resistant than Fosset's airplane with its NASA engineered supercritical wing, making the plane all the more fuel-efficient.
Also, physicians serving in low-income, minority communities are more likely to be graduates of foreign medical schools and less likely to be board certified (Mitchell and Cromwell 1980; Perloff, Kletke, and Neckerman 1986; Bellochs and Carter 1990; Fosset et al.