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n.1.(Zool.) The grivet.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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WAAG founder Jane Faulkner said: "These cases were well documented in the regional and national press at the time, mainly due to the extreme severity of the abuse and the lack of punishment befitting such a crime.
Six years after its creation, the WAAG network is taking a new step by improving the group's commitment to gender equality with a new goal: diversity, as a key driver of collective performance.
Whitfield, "Mutation of the lipopolysaccharide core glycosyltransferase encoded by waaG destabilizes the outer membrane of Escherichia coli by interfering with core phosphorylation," Journal of Bacteriology, vol.
Cafe In de Waag |(www.indewaag.nl) is a restaurant and bar in one of the city's most distinctive buildings.
EATING IN AMSTERDAM aMSTERDAM has a huge Cafe In de Waag |number of dining destinations, from food trucks to pop-up restaurants, food market stalls and global chains.
Xaa reef boo waag nuum mee Jigo paax-xee Xaa reef boo waag nuum-mee [Tout ce qui me sera demande de faire Je le ferai Moi qui suis une femme devouee] Et Issa Laye Thiaw de preciser que : "ces chants de mariages est de montrer aux maries la necessite d'une morale solide conforme aux normes de la societe" (13).
Brian Van der Waag is now a director in the infrastructure group where he focuses primarily on the energy, transportation and logistics, and water sectors.
Barbara Waag, Professor at the Donald W Reynolds Center for Geriatric Nursing Excellence, said, "Her work is stellar, her impact on affecting public policy is significant Her most compelling ability is bringing disparate groups together, each with differing view with unique agendas, to address a common goal.
The ceremony honored six persons for their various contributions -- Brenda Bufalino, Tony Waag, Larissa Saveliev, Wayne McGregor, Luigi and Misty Copeland.