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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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My friend, if cause doth wrest thee, Ere folly hath much oppressed thee, Far from acquaintance kest thee Where country may digest thee .
Correspondence should be addressed to Ashlesha Kaushik; Ashlesha Kaushik and Helen Kest are co-first authors.
In the literature, there are alternatives to the KEST estimator.
Millions of daytime lly fans know Paul as The Sinnerman -the hite-suited brainx catching a string unlucky contestants TV's teatime quiz The -eyed quiz fans will member him from his nces on Mastermind, kest Link and Univerenge.
Meanwhile, the Bank of Cyprus (BoC) has decided to withdraw from the Bank Employers' Association (KEST) amid negotiations between the association and ETYK on a new collective agreement -- the previous agreement having expired at the end of 2013.
Cantor encouraged Master and Jon Kest, the New York-based executive director of ACORN, to think about establishing a party that would cross-endorse Pataki's Democratic opponent, whoever that might turn out to be.
2006; Cepeda & Carr 2003; Kest, Sarton & Dahan 2000).
Nawper fyked I ne fla3e, freke, quen pou myntest, Ne kest no kauelacion in kingez hous Arthor.
A kast (B kest) << faim, famine >> (< *Kos-t-).
Vollmer trained under Bryan Kest, yoga guru to stars including Madonna, Cindy Crawford and Sting.
Moreover, in the field of pain, different authors have reported sex differences mediated by NMDA receptors (Bryant, Eitan, Sinchak, Fanselow, & Evans, 2006; Kavaliers & Choleris, 1997; Mogil, Sternberg, Kest, Marek, & Liebeskind, 1993).