Trape

v. i.1.To walk or run about in an idle or slatternly manner; to traipse.
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boilers and laundry plant at GTB Hospital Shahdara Delhi Day to day maintenance of Laundry Machines including repair of drive system drying tumbler and steam trape assembly and sluicing machine
Ecoutin JM, Albaret JJ, Trape S (2005) Length-weight relationships for fish populations of a relatively undisturbed tropical estuary, the Gambia.
Opere di Sant'Agostino, Nuova Biblioteca Agostiniana, Direttori Agostino Trape, OSA--Remo Piccolomini, OSA, Edizione latino-italiana, 44 vol.
I am truly touched that yet another trust is backing the campaign Trape and pledging to do such a simple thing that makes such a dif-difference.
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In this lecture the Under the Tuscan Sun stereotyped views of Italy are compared with less idealised visions offered by Australian authors and artists like Shirley Hazzard and Jeffrey Smart (see Trape, 2011).
Borrelia species vary their surface antigens, causing repeated stimulation of the immune system by each new antigen (Rodhain 1976; Trape et al.
Tollo, San Nicola da Tolentino I, 33-34; Fabio Bisogni, "Gli Inizii dell'iconografia di San Nicola da Tolentino e il cappellone," in San Nicola, Tolentino, le Marche, Tolentino (1987), 255-296; Herbert Dellwig, "Le chiese degli ordini mendicanti nelle marche: tipologia e forma," in Arte e spiritualita negli ordini mendicanti: gli Agostini e il Cappellone di San Nicola da Tolentino (Rome: Centro Studi 'Agostino Trape,' 1992), 71-74; Louise Marshall, "Manipulating the Sacred: Image and Plague in Renaissance Italy," Renaissance Quarterly 47 (1994): 485-532.