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v. t.1.To put.
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(16.) Wolffsohn JS, Arita R, Chalmers R, Djalilian A, Dogru M, Dumbleton K, Gupta PK, Karpecki P, Lazreg S, Pult H, Sullivan BD, Tomlinson A, Tong L, Villani E, Yoon KC, Jones L, Craig J P.
Pult, "Time course of changes in tear meniscus radius and blink rate after instillation of artificial tears," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol.
First feller pult up in this old jalopy, 'bout failin' apart.
(8) Pult and colleagues observed significantly higher LIPCOF and LWE severity scores in contact lens wearers with symptoms of drying.
The second, a bulbous powder-pink figure with a hole through its stomach--picture a cross between a Henry Moore bronze and the Stay Pult Marshmallow Man--wears a snooty expression.
Recapturing this era has been greatly aided by the recent appearance of CD-ROM editions of two UE house periodicals: the new music monthly Musikblatter des Anbruch (later simply Anbruch), published from 1919 to 1937, and Pult und Taktstock, a specialist journal for conductors, published between 1924 and 1930 (Vienna: Universal Edition, 2001 and 2003).
But had McLeish not been able to cata-a pult Blues back into the Premier League at the first attempt, then he probably would have had his chips.