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n. sing. &1.Neat cattle.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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According to historians at New Holland Co., which eventually acquired Nolt's design, Nolt borrowed additional parts from other machines: bevel gears from a Fordson tractor, knotters from a grain binder and a blower from a blacksmith's forge to keep dust off the knotters.
Nolt makes the point that the Amish "exchange choice for collective purpose" and "see security as a healthy bargain" (118).
Overall, evidence strongly suggests that implementation of a pediatric fall prevention program using an effective tool such as the Humpty Dumpty Fall Scale can increase healthcare provider awareness of those at risk for falls and reduce the rate of falls for the inpatient pediatric population (Cooper & Nolt, 2007; Harvey et al., 2010; Hill-Rodriguez et al., 2009; Rouse et al, 2014).
Some don't believe a disease exists until they see it, Nolt said.
Nolt spent twenty-five years researching the religion, culture, and history of this community.
"It's sort of a three-pronged approach," Nolt told the news site.
My source for row cover and the other items I will mention is Nolt's Midwest Produce Supplies (Charles City, Iowa, 641-228-4496).
NELSON NOLT BUILT THE ULTIMATE intensive grazing system for his pasture-fed beef.
Bharat Mehra, Kimberly Black, Vandana Singh, and Jenna Nolt interviewed 44 librarians serving rural communities in Tennessee to get their perspectives on how to integrates rural information needs and expectations into the LIS curriculum.
Steven Nolt is a professor of history at Goshen College, and David Weaver-Zercher is an associate professor at Messiah College.
In her Tutor's Column essay, Kim Nolt shares her approach when helping students overcome insecurity and over-dependence on the tutor.