Terpin


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Ter´pin


n.1.(Chem.) A white crystalline substance regarded as a hydrate of oil of turpentine.
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Illahe is where Doerr met Monica Terpin, a teacher in the one-room schoolhouse.
Terpin defended the choice by saying Chahal is a businessman who spoke on stage about his business.
Transform PR is part of Transform Group LLC, owned by Michael Terpin who founded Marketwire -- one of the leading international newswires.
Frezza M, di Padova C, Pozzato G, Terpin M, Baraona E, Lieber CS.
7, 1928, in Worcester, the son of Terpin and Xanthipi Paluk.
In part this fact is explained by the difference in metabolism (Frezza, Di Padova, Pozzato, Terpin, Baraona & Lieber 1990) or even by hormonal levels (Gavaler, Deal, Van Theil, Arria & Allan 1993).
Michael Terpin, Internet Wire chairman and CEO, said Jakob had quit a week before the incident occurred.
Frezza M, di Pardova C, Pozzato G, Terpin M, Baraona E, Lieber CS.
1 will give his company numerous competitive advantages, while Michael Terpin, Founder and CEO of Social Radius, discussed the ways effective utilization of social media can make positive contributions to a company's bottom line.
Ted was born on December 7, 1928 in Worcester, the son of Terpin and Xanthipi Paluk.
Between the ongoing economic challenges and a frigid January, our call center and local social service agencies have seen a dramatic rise in the number of customers who are requesting financial assistance," said Patty Terpin, director customer programs, Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania.
Trujillo covered the 8-kilometer race in 24 minutes, 44 seconds, while teammates Michael McGrath placed 16th, Vertin Alvarez placed 21st, Keith Laverty placed 43rd, Blake Flanders was 68th, Ian Terpin finished 89th and Stephen Oliver was 104th.