Hills Hoist

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Hills Hoist

(hɪlz)
n
trademark an Australian brand of rotary clothesline
[C20: named after its inventor, Lance Hills (1902–86)]
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Questions regarding the specifications should be directed to Lance Hill, Superintendent ofPublic Works, 508-223-2222 ext.
Lance Hill, CEO of Within3, commented, "We greatly value DHC's leadership and commitment to engaging healthcare's stakeholders to identify and recommend specific actions that will inform digital healthcare communication and engagement for the public at large.
Lance Hill, 33, of Harrington Gardens, Stakeford, Northumberland.
Rhondda Fach Neighbourhood Policing Constable Lance Hill, said: "This is quite a significant amount of cannabis, which would have kept the local area supplied for a time.
Tulane University education professor Lance Hill told the Times, "We've created the most balkanized school system in North America.
By Lance Hill (North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press, 2004.
I mentioned as examples Robert Blauner's Racial Oppression in America; Don Hammerquist, Noel Ignatin (now Ignatiev), Lance Hill, Eileen San Juan, Phil Rubio, and Ken Lawrence of the Sojourner Truth Organization; my wife Melanie Bush, Laura Benne, and Vanda Sendzimir, all of whom were grass-roots organizers in the San Francisco Bay Area and former members of the Women's Collective Press at McGill University; and Greg Shank (my partner in crime at ISLEC).
Pontyclun slammed Pontypridd 5-1 with Ross Hutchings getting a brace and Craig Williams, Lance Hill and Matthew Cook from the penalty spot also finding the target.
Spanish capabilities will be added in early 2004, said Lance Hill, V.
With inspiration from Rob West's article in this magazine's May 1997 issue and my father's help, I completed Lance Hill Observatory in June 1997.
Plastic surgeon Lance Hill is offering pounds 5,000 worth of surgery to help sell his pounds 490,000 Orlando home.
He has no reservations about lying about his contemporary views, let alone his past,'' said Lance Hill, executive director of the Southern Institute for Education and Research at Tulane University and former director of the New Orleans-based Coalition Against Racism and Nazism in New Orleans.