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sipple

(ˈsɪpəl)
vb
to take small sips (of)
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Sipple and Wolstenholme have written a novel so compellingly realistic, I wondered if it was a true story.
Other lifetime studies by Ballistic Missile Defense Organization and Naval Air Systems Command report similarly high lifetime cost growth--40 percent and 50 percent respectively (Sipple, White, & Greiner, 2004, pp.
Reeve, Meghan Seamster, Lauren Sipple, Colleen Sowney, Anthony Spatola, Kelly Walker, Colleen Walsh, Lyndsay Woodward, Gary Yablon, Bryon Yerkes.
Follien and her husband Ken of Hampstead, NH; a brother, James Mansfield and his wife Kay of Arlington; 1 sister, Barbara Maurer and her husband Robert of Eugene, OR; 6 grandchildren, Ian, Sean and Victor Underwood, Gwen Sipple, Rachel Kennedy and Margaret Bright-Ryan and 4 great-grandchildren.
REGINA SIPPLE WASN'T GOING TO LOSE HER BOY, NOT IF SHE COULD HELP IT.
Walter Sipple, director of parole and release, Naval Consolidated Brig Charleston, U.S.
Tuesday's Grand Prize Giveaway sent Walter Sipple, director of the Naval Brig from Mount Pleasant, S.C., home with a brand-new Chevrolet Sonic, and runners-up Nikki Dixon, manager of business development at Lighthouse Central Florida in Orlando, Fla., with a $250 American Express gift card, and Shawn Carlson, reentry affairs coordinator at FCI Englewood in Littleton, Colo., with a $100 American Express gift card.
At one point, he even tells of an American hero named Oliver Sipple, who like, many, ostracized because of their sexual orientation, even though this hero saved the life of sitting President Gerald Ford.
Capt Vince Sipple, USAF, is currently assigned to the Air Force Cost Analysis Agency.