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spangler

(ˈspæŋɡlə)
n
a person who spangles
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Also elected to three-year terms on the board were Steve Werblow and Holly Spangler, Prairie Farmer.
Ronald Clayton "Spike" Spangler (Southeastern Louisiana University), 62, extended his purview from the pulpit to the classroom to the ball field to small-business pursuits to the performing arts and beyond.
The location was bought for $60,000 in August 1988 from Robert and Minnie Spangler. The Spanglers purchased it from Vincent and Josephine Pruss in August 1957 for $2,500.
Spangler, rectora del HCC y Diane Olmos Guzman, miembro de la mesa directiva del HCC.
Details: Television Production Manager Sharon Spangler at (775) 785 5888 or Spangler@ci.reno.nv.us
In the beginning, Plebe 'Dutch' Spangler was about to understand that he was nothing but a 'beast'--a lowly presence considered unfit for social contact with upper classmen.
The Bar Board of Governors got that overview last month when Don Spangler, who oversees the ACAP program, gave a status report.
* The Cosmetology Educators of America (CEA) named Wendy Spangler, an educator at Brio Academy of Cosmetology in Meridien, CT, as the N.F.
Architects Eric Spangler and Victor Valenote were named associates of the firm.
For the past several months, DAU Capital and Northeast Region professors Bob Spangler, Lenny Manning, Dave Fowler, Army Lt.