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n.1.One who boards.
2.One who boards others for hire.
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Mark Tabler, previously Vice President - Tubular Operations, will transition into the position of Vice President -- Global Quality & Manufacturing Processes.
Elle veut tabler dans son travail sur l'art consomme de l'emotion et de la mimique qu'elle [beaucoup moins que] maitrise [beaucoup plus grand que], selon des comediens.
Lee Tabler, executive director for communities at MAF Properties, tells Construction Week : "We are on schedule with the construction of 197 units in Phase 2.
The plant, located in Tabler Station in Berkeley County, will be spread out on a 458-acre site.
Andrew Tabler, senior fellow at the Washington Institute, said he believes the nuclear deal is partly behind this renewed push for a diplomatic solution.
With most of Syria's oil and gas producing regions controlled by either the Kurds or Islamic State, these crude shipments from Iran are vital to the Assad regime's ability to hang on to power, says Andrew Tabler, a senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
Ward Tabler, "Lessons from Berkeley," March/April 1965
85 million senior mortgage loan for a class-A warehouse facility at 4925 Tabler Station Road, located in Inwood, West Virginia.
Whitmire didn't believe it when he started receiving calls from death row inmate Richard Tabler.
In an interview with Al Jazeera's Darren Jordon, Andrew Tabler, a Syria analyst at the Washington Insititute for Near East Policy, said the latest attack shows the determination of the Assad regime to retake Aleppo.
has also been proactively using analytics, rather than relying on intuition, to make decisions with a basis in reality, Stephen Tabler, vice president of marketing, who has worked with his team on the effort.
En ce sens, il a souligne "ne pas voir d'oE pourrait venir une solution politique et c'est la raison pour laquelle nous preferons tabler sur un conflit prolonge".