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sasse

(sæs)
n
archaic a lock on a river made to increase its navigability
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I was a-sayin' -- pass that-air sasser o' m'lasses, won't ye?
Starboard Value, a significant shareholder of Dollar Tree, with an ownership interest of approximately 1.7% of the company's outstanding shares, announced that it has delivered a letter to Gary Philbin, Dollar Tree's President and CEO, with copies to Executive Chairman Bob Sasser and the company's board.
Chief Financial Officer Tre Sasser said the company has a temporary space at StarSpace46 Inc., but hopes to be in The Plow by February.
Travis Sasser of Sasser Law Firm in Cary said familial loans going the other way can also be problematic.
In or about October 2013, Snow informed plaintiff's second-level manager, Donna Sasser, that plaintiff "needed to show significant improvement in her job performance in order to maintain a fully successful rating." During the first half of 2014, Snow consulted with human resources and Sasser about plaintiff's performance issues and the steps Snow needed to take to place plaintiff on a performance assistance plan if her performance did not improve.
-- Georgia first baseman Adam Sasser has been dismissed from the baseball team amid allegations he shouted racist remarks at Bulldogs quarterback Justin Fields in Saturday's Tennessee-Georgia football game.
This year's Leadership Award Recipient was 15th Circuit Judge Meenu Sasser, right.
TWO BLUE-WINGED teal parachuted into the decoys so fast Paul Sasser did not have time to react.
Patricia Puckett Sasser explored three such volumes originally belonging to a special Norwegian woman, Birgit Krohn.
in September promoted Gary Philbin to president and chief executive officer, part of a planned succession that had longtime CEO Bob Sasser relinquishing day-to-day oversight and becoming Dollar Tree's executive chairman of the board.
But that's not the only thing about its readers that makes this paper unique, according to Mark Sasser, the paper's senior director of audience.
However, the two formats do share some things in common, as Dollar Tree chief executive officer Bob Sasser pointed out during the company's recent year-end conference call.