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baur

(bɔː)
n
Scot a humorous anecdote
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Lord help Lisa Fine if (or will it be "when") she hears those words coming from Albany's John Baur in tonight's second installment of "Wife Swap" at 9 p.m.
Fletcher Thompson has announced the addition of Kurt Baur, AIA, ACHA as Associate Principal and Director of Healthcare Architecture.
Although Dillard's crystal buyer Matt Baur will be on an Asian sourcing trip during this market, he said, "I think some people are trying to fly home earlier."
Erwin Baur. The N-FibreBase databank will include technical data on material properties, pictures and information on natural-fiber applications, a price index for natural fibers, and lists of suppliers of natural fibers and plastics compounds and composites.
In addition to the transport unit itself, the author closely examines the life and career of Hans Baur, Hitler's personal pilot.
The book's central character is not Hitler, but Hans Baur. Considered a natural pilot in World War I, he flew for the Bavarian Army Air Service.
"Some think it's too expensive to have salespeople standing around during slow times when they could be in the back room framing something," said Ken Baur of Framing Concepts in Chesterton and Crown Point, Ind.
Baur, von Hofmann, Troeltsch, Machen, Bultmann, and Kasemann.
At Isle d'Abeau, Baur's graphics occupy the building's interior wall and floor surfaces, taking the, ostensibly, purely functional role of directional, hazard and equipment indicator signs--for fire alarms, first aid kits, and so on.
(PAP610) ANDREW BAUR - MISSISSIPPI VALLEY BANCSHARES INC (MVBI).
Both Baur and Harnack participated in the stereotyped views of their time, according to Tyson.