scorse

Related to scorse: Scorsese

scorse

(skɔːs)
n
an exchange or trade
vb (tr)
to trade, barter or exchange
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The following local police officers from the Rochester Police Department will be honored as 2019 TOP COPS by the National Association of Police Organizations: Daniel Brochu; Brian Phillips; Josh Lewis; Thomas Deane III; Jonathan Marsh; Brandon Mandurano; Ryan Hartley; Tito Batson; Jordan Bracey; Richard Doran; John Woicyk; William Minks; and Harry Scorse. Additionally, Paolo Saieva from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office will be recognized as a TOP COP.
Com'egli, la mattina seguente, scese dall'albergo per andare a impostare alcune lettere per la Sicilia, ella entro nella camera di lui: scorse sul tavolino una busta lacerata; riconobbe i caratteri del maggiore dei suoi figliuoli: si porto quella busta alle labbra e la bacio disperatamente; poi entro nella sua camera; trasse dalla borsa di cuojo la boccetta con la mistura dei veleni intatta; si butto sul letto disfatto e la bevve d'un sorso (Pirandello 2004:18).
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Another growing sub-field within surfing tourism literature is 'surfonomics' (Scorse, Reynolds & Sackett, 2015).
LUNENBURG -- Shelby Scorse, the daughter of Jeff and Sonya Scorse of Lunenburg, is one of three youths who have won an aviation scholarship from the Greater Boston Experimental Airplane Association Chapter 106.
However, Harrison and Scorse (2010) find an increase in small firm closures in Indonesia in response to anti-sweatshop activism.
From left: Prysm's Tanvir Osama, director Sales for ME & India, and Steve Scorse, VP, Europe.
(74.) For an introduction to these ideas, see Jason Scorse, The Role of Government in Environmental Protection GRIST, Jul.