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n.1.(Zool.) The ruddock.
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K&R Preservation, a New York City-based affordable housing development firm owned and operated by its principals Francine Kellman and Brian Raddock, announced the acquisition and planned rehabilitation of Oakwood Gardens Apartments, a 100-unit affordable housing property in Mount Vernon, NY.
Jaividhya Dasarathy, MD, FAAFP; Juan Young, MD; Aarti Chhatlani, MD; Michael Raddock, MD; Rajesh Tampi, MD, MS, DFAPA Metro Health Medical Center, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio
In several articles in the Orthodox Jewish Forum, author Charles Raddock contrasted the "real" Hasidism of the newcomers with the fraudulent "neo-Hasidism" of Buber, which robbed the tradition of something that was more than form, but rather part of its essence.
Holder of the Raddock Family Eminent Scholar Chair for Holocaust Studies, he also directs the Center for the Study of Values and Violence after Auschwitz.
Anyone interested in making donations can call Roberta Raddock at (978) 534-7715.
Raddock then shouted at Pratt to "stop bullying people." ( ANI )
5' 1": Patrick Raddock and Naitini Tuiyau who appeared for Fiji in the 1950s are believed to be the shortest to appear in first-class cricket.
Raddock (1993), "Industrial Production, Capacity, and Capacity Utilization since 1987," Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol.
Michael Malgoza, Orlando, FL; Elizabeth Raddock Gottlieb, teacher
Raddock, Japan's New Product Liability Law: The Citadel of Strict Liability Falls, But Access to Recovery Is Limited by Formidable Barriers, 16 U.
In addition to a predominant role played by the state in caring for the urban elderly, the widely politicized and re-oriented notion of filial piety has also, in part, contributed to the declining involvement in kin support for the elderly in urban China (see Raddock 1974 and Thomas 1990 for a general discussion on filial piety).