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Siple

(ˈsaɪpəl)
n
(Placename) Mount Siple a mountain in Antarctica, on the coast of Byrd Land. Height: 3100 m (10 171 ft)
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541, 557-79 and accompanying notes (2007) (tracing history of courts' refusal to recognize sex as consideration); Siple v.
Siple JF, Morey JM, Gutman TE, Weinberg KL, Collin PD, Proton pump inhibitor use and association with spontaneous bacterial peritonitis in patients with cirrhosis and ascitis, Ann Pharmacother, 2012; 46:1413-8.
It is the mindset that resource managers should adopt when considering Pacific herring, one of the most ecologically significant fish in Puget Sound and along the entire West Coast, argues Margaret Siple, doctoral student in aquatic and fishery sciences at the University of Washington, Seattle.
Only one study has been done on the addition of cohesive devices (Siple, 1995) and at least two of the investigations to date (Langer, 2007; Siple, 1995) have included interpreters working into a form of signed English.
Siple Memorial Award, given biennially for the top work presented at the Army Science Conference.
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See Julie Siple, Researchers Untangling Link Between Hunger and Obesity, MPR NEWS (Jan.
A former professor of Calliss', Linda Siple told Bloomberg News Callis is "highly motivated, gracious and professional.
Showfety, Vig and Matteson : Siple method for taking natural head position cephalogram Am.
These temperatures were converted into equivalent chill temperatures according to SIPLE and PASSEL (2,3), and according to Danielsson (4) using the wind speed measured at Ulrichen.
You could be watching a Netflix movie on streaming video and all of a sudden the picture starts to pixelate," explained Kristi Siple, senior director of sales and business development, adding that Netflix content alone takes up 30% of household bandwidth usage.