bawley

bawley

(ˈbɔːlɪ)
n
(Angling) a small fishing boat used off the coast of Essex and Kent
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Each member has a stage name (The Peacock, Lord Ensa, Bawley, HRH, Concrete Clive) so we don't really have an idea of who they really are.
Yontemler: Disi Spraque Bawley sicanlar 4 gruba ayrildi; kontrol (KONT, n=8, serum fizyolojik i.v.); karnozin (KAR, n=8, 10 mg/kg/gun, i.v.) sadece adriamisin (ADR, n=10, 4 mg/kg dort defa, iki gun ara ile toplam 8 gun, i.v.); karnozin ile adriamisin (KAR+ADR, n=10).
Bick Lewis Cleale Leslie Betsy Morgan Jett Ashley Robinson Luz Judy Blazer Bawley John Dossett With: Enrique Acevedo, Raul Aranas, Marisa Echeverria, Jessica Grove, Michael Thomas Holmes, Jordan Nichols, Andres Quintero, Michelle Rios, Isabel Santiago, Paul A.
Other enjoyable performances include John Dossett's assertive Uncle Bawley, who helps close act one with the lively "Coyote/Look Back/Look Ahead." Judy Blazer as turf-conscious sister Luz and Katie Thompson as the jilted neighbor add depth and color to the production.
CLYDE: Jarvie, McGregor, Malone, Harris (Bawley s75), McKeown, McHale, Bryson, O'Donnell, Williams, Brighton (Arbuckle s67), McGowan.
A number of studies have estimated the magnitude of the DTE, including Bawley (1982), Tanzi (1982, 1983), Feige (1989, 1994), and Pyle (1989).
In addition, Hadassah sent a Miss Bawley from Palestine to America for a year of "intensive training" in dietetics.
The expected gross benefits from not reporting income are anticipated to be an increasing function of the income tax rate [Cagan, 1958; Bawley, 1982; Tanzi, 1982, 1983; Clotfelter, 1983; Slemrod, 1985; Pyle, 1989; Feige, 1994].
The plan was for a display at West India Quay in London's Docklands to include a Thames barge, a steam tug, a cockle bawley, a lifeboat, a passenger launch and a Thames motor cruiser.