Yarrish

Yar´rish


a.1.Having a rough, dry taste.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Hinchin, "A History of the Jews of Sioux City, Iowa (1857-1945)" (1946); Jerome Grollman, "The Emergence of Reform Judaism in the United States" (1948); Herbert Yarrish, "The Beginnings of the Mikve Israel Congregation of Philadelphia" (1949); Benno Wallach, "Dr.
Wild lupine and butterfly weed are uncommon but nonthreatened species that serve as important food sources for several endangered or threatened butterflies (Grundel et al., 2000; USFWS, 2003; Yarrish, 2011).
Butterfly weed is a milkweed primarily pollinated by Hymenoptera and Lepidoptera (Fishbein and Venable, 1996) and is known to serve as a preferred nectar source for the adult form of the Earner blue (Grundel et al., 2000; Yarrish, 2011).
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Allan Yarrish, the Royal Bank of Canada's assistant chief economist, disagrees.
Yarrish believes the government "did exactly what it had to do" by hiking interest rates to put the brakes on the economy.
Yarrish believes free trade lessened the impact of the recession by encouraging foreign investment in Canada.
Yarrish, Patricia Bederman Miller) explores the literature on performance feedback in small businesses and investigates the relationships and significance of performance feedback to the theory and practice of human resource development.