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tonsor

(ˈtɒnsə)
n
1. (Professions) a barber
2. (Hairdressing & Grooming) a barber
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"So, tonsor," says Jones, "I find you have more trades than one; how came you not to inform me of this last night?"--"A surgeon," answered Benjamin, with great gravity, "is a profession, not a trade.
The people who remember Stephen Tonsor nowadays tend to be not academics but movement conservatives.
At the time of this study (during 2013-2014), IHOs in eastern North Carolina were suffering from a pervasive porcine epidemic diarrhea virus epidemic (Schulz and Tonsor 2015).
Writing an introduction to an edition of the Communist Manifesto, Stephen Tonsor, a professor at the University of Michigan, wrote of their relationship, "The secret of Friedrich Engels' long friendship with Marx lay in Engels' willingness to play a totally subservient role."
Other credence attributes of food products found in the literature were genetically modified organism (GMO), animal welfare, calories content, pesticide free, and all natural (Dentoni, Tonsor, Calantone, & Peterson, 2009; He et al., 2015; Hill, Sanchez, Klein, & Boueri, 2015; Hong & Wyer, 1989; Van der Lans, Van Ittersum, De Cicco, & Loseby, 2001).
Esto promueve el uso de nuevas tecnologias, sin embargo, su adopcion enfrenta al engordador a retos, como la renuencia de la industria a aceptar la tecnologia, por lo que para alentar la mejora tecnologica se debe demostrar el beneficio economico de su uso (Schroeder y Tonsor, 2011).
Following Hole (2007) and Wolf, Tonsor, and Olynk (2011), the utility obtained from consuming pecans can be specified as:
The use of the stalls is deemed as an animal welfare issue by some because the stalls limit animal mobility (Tonsor, Olynk, and Wolf, 2009).
Tonsor, "Spatial population genetic structure in Trillium grandiflorum: the roles of dispersal, mating, history, and selection," Evolution, vol.
Stephen Tonsor, Clyde Wilson, Richard Gamble, and many others have expressed their debt to his art.