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fretter

(ˈfrɛtə)
n
a person who, or thing which, frets
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lividus corresponded closely with Fretter's (1972) account of this process in Mangelia (Bela) nebula.
Jacob Bercovitch and Judith Fretter's Regional Guide to International Conflict and Management from 1945 to 2003 is a must have for people framing the environment of their next potential deployment This book serves not only as a reference of more than 343 conflicts in the post World War II era but also as a primer on managing international conflict The authors, instructors at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, started the project over 20 years ago and have continually updated conflict summaries.
But just what is Lee Fretter's secret with our four-legged friends?