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 (zə-hăr′ē-əs), Mildred Ella Didrikson Known as "Babe." 1911-1956.
American athlete who excelled in basketball, baseball, and track, winning two gold medals at the 1932 Summer Olympics. She later took up golf and won the US (1946) and British (1947) amateur titles and the US Open (1948, 1950, and 1954).
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Noun1.Zaharias - outstanding United States athlete (1914-1956)
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"If someone does the maths, essentially they will be getting five to six cents per euro, something not at all satisfactory," committee chairman Zaharias Zahariou said.
Alongside Dr Lazaridis, they included Professor Ramjee Prasad and Professor Peter Lindgren of Aarhus University in Denmark, Dr Zaharias Zaharis of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Professor Tian Hong Loh of the National Physical Laboratory.
Players who have battled its challenging contours, part of which were designed nearly a century ago by legendary golf architect Donald Ross, include Babe Ruth, Gene Sarazen, Didrikson Zaharias and former top pro Paul Azinger, who honed his game at Bobby Jones as a teen-ager and still holds the course record of 62.
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The competition kicked off with four matches between teams Zaharias (0) and Ooredoo (2), Ivaq (2) and A Team (0), Sri Lankans Friends Club (1) and Riders (2), and Eagles (2) and Bullets (0).
The competition kicked off on Monday evening with four matches between teams Zaharias (0) and Ooredoo (2), Ivaq (2) and A Team (0), Sri Lankans Friends Club (1) and Riders (2), and Eagles (2) and Bullets (0).
Nicholas Zaharias (left), vice president of development at Elliot Health Systems, presents a $354)00 grant to Kris McCracken (right), president and CEO of Manchester Community Health Center.
SOFIA Chabon and Bernice Ilas kept the momentum of their title romps in the FCG Callaway World Championship last week as they completed another sweep for The Country Club girls in the Ping Series at Industry Hills' Zaharias course in Los Angeles Wednesday.
Although traditional usability evaluations examine aspects such as the ease of use and the look and feel of the course, it has been argued that instructional design features as well as the motivation to learn can, to a degree, be assessed using a usability evaluation framework (Zaharias, 2009).
Although our neighborhood (home of the "Babe" Zaharias Golf Course) is only a few miles north of Tampa, Fla., it has a rural vibe.
Addressing limitations of digital access, cultural relevance, peer engagement, and accreditation are among the major barriers currently faced in diverse global settings (Koutropoulos & Zaharias, 2015; Macleod, Haywood, Woodgate, & Alkhatnai, 2015).