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Mindel

(ˈmɪndəl)
n
(Geological Science) the second major Pleistocene glaciation of Alpine Europe. See also Günz, Riss, Würm
[C20: named after the River Mindel, in Bavaria, Germany]
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Hws thannhausen ba-ii: bw51-drosselbauwerk mindel new construction of a three-field throttle structure with protection panels in the mindel to control the flood discharge.
Interiors and amenities are by designer Lee Mindel of SheltonMindel.
As for why the two pushed for a bifurcation last year, certified family law specialist Steve Mindel, who is not involved in their case, speculated that it might be because both Pitt and Jolie are ready to move on with other people and would prefer to be single. 
(9.) Van der Bij AK, Spaargaren J, Morre SA, Fennema HS, Mindel A, Coutinho RA, et al.
Other authors attribute this lack of relationship to the greater difficulty in evaluating and taxonomically describing marine species than terrestrial species, leading to a shorter conservation list for marine species (Webb & Mindel, 2015).
So You Want to Sing Folk Music, Valerie Mindel (2017; reviewed in JOS 75, no.
Blumenthal cut his teeth under Larry Mindel at Sputino and Prego before heading to Boudin Bakery and Cafe Kati.
Las redes sociales, la satisfaccion con el vecindario y la eficacia colectiva o la cohesion social reducirian el miedo al delito (Abdullah, Hedayati Marzbali, Maghsoodi Tilaki, & Bahauddin, 2015; Brunton-Smith, Jackson, & Sutherland, 2014; Ferguson & Mindel, 2007).
Similar to Mindel and Brown's observations [33], at the end of the recovery stage, a persistent nonzero strain [[epsilon].sup.p.sub.a] =0.06% remains.
It is also possible that other factors contribute to the association between sharing sex toys and a BV diagnosis, such as the number of partners one has (Bailey, Farquhar, & Owen, 2004; Marrazzo et al., 2002; Smart, Singal & Mindel, 2004), and the type of sexual relationship the person has with these partners (e.g., fluid-bonded, causal, STI status known/unknown, etc.).
Furthermore, higher levels of job satisfaction can decrease counterproductive work behaviors in employees (Dalal, 2005), prevent employees from leaving their position (Gleasonwynn and Mindel, 1999), and reduce absenteeism (Hardy, Woods and Wall, 2003).
One cannot help but wonder how connected these histories were: were the clandestine Canadians in conversation with Great Britain's Sir Alfred Sherman or Mick Mindel? While perhaps outside the scope of this work, one must ask: how isolated were the players in this transnational history?