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n.1.A moat with water in it; also, a small stream; a runlet.
1.A circle.
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Arianoutsou M, Rundel PW, Berry WL (1993) Serpentine endemics as biological indicators of soil elemental concentrations.
A site visit is scheduled for 10:00 AM, Thursday, July 17, 2014; meet at Rundel Library Hacker Hall, 115 South Avenue.
Resident Heidi Rundel said she found out about the road closure on Monday.
Rather than arguing, then, that the conditions of life in maximum security--described with both drama and painful, analytical detail by doctors Rundel and Zimbardo--justified the killing of guards (allegedly) by these six prisoners, the defense claims that such conditions affect every prisoner equally, thus raising the previously mentioned possibility that any one or more of the 27 inmates housed in the San Quentin Adjustment Center on August 21 could have been responsible for the killings.
Mexican weeping pine (Pinus patula), is native to the Sierra Madre Oriental in Mexico (Perry, 1991; Richardson and Rundel, 1998).
Therefore, it has a wider geographical distribution than any other pine species (Ohlson, 1995; Richardson & Rundel, 2000).
Zsolt Nagy, Roland Kluttig and Peter Rundel have been guest conductors.
Longtime friend and promoter Billy Rundel said Knievel had trouble breathing at his Florida condominiumand died before an ambulance could get him to a hospital.
13]C values, whereas a dual-isotope integrating carbon and nitrogen isotopes together can give an evaluation of three food sources using a single mixing model (Peterson & Fry 1987, Rundel et al.
All three jazz soloists shine, and the whole is further energised by conductor Peter Rundel.
Rundel disposes of the issue quickly: there could never have been nothing because if there had been there would be nothing now.
Musikverlag Siegfried Rundel, D-88428 Rot an der Rot, Germany.