billman

billman

(ˈbɪlmən)
n, pl -men
a person armed with a bill or billhook
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'Certainly the intent of Ford Co-Pilot360 Technology was not to eliminate backseat driving,' Chris Billman, Ford Co-Pilot360 engineering manager, said with a laugh.
Paul Cummins, humanities co-chair and director of forensics, and Tyler Billman, adviser and forensics coach, acted as masters of ceremony for the event, in the George T.
"We are entering uncharted territory with this," said Todd Billman, deputy department director for Navy ERP Integration Services.
"We arc entering uncharted territory with this," said Todd Billman, deputy department director for Navy ERP Integration Services.
Amanda Billman, Alexandra Boland, Lee Christenson, Stephanie Dearth, Mark Glazier, Zac Jones, Judy Lovchik, Megan Lytle, Craig Smith, Jill Stauffer, Taryn Stevens, Indiana State Department of Health; Maria Cooper, Kyle Shipman, Indiana State Board of Animal Health; James Basinger, Indiana Department of Correction; Sonja Olsen, Lenee Blanton, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, CDC; Jane Rooney, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, U.S.
Research indicates that less effective teachers commonly skip this step, or move too quickly from the explicit teaching phase, to expecting students to independently apply strategies (Duke, Pearson, Strachan, & Billman, 2011).
To date, much of the work in Brachyrhaphis has been done comparing populations within species, focusing on the role of predation environment in driving divergence in behavior (Archard et al., 2012; Ingley et al., 2014a), morphology (Wesner, Billman, Meier, & Belk, 2011; Hassell, Meyers, Billman, Rasmussen, & Belk, 2012; Ingley et al., 2014b), and life-history traits (Johnson, 2002; Johnson & ZunigaVega, 2009; Billman, Rasmussen, Creighton, Johnson, & Belk, 2014) among populations within species.
Nevertheless, it has been shown that cardiac autonomic balance is impaired in CAD patients and consequently HRV is altered due to a decrease in parasympathetic and an increase in sympathetic modulation, which can lead to a higher risk of arrhythmias and sudden death (Billman and Kukielka, 2006).
[4.] Lessick S, Perryman C, Billman BL, Alpi KM, De Groote SL, Babin Jr.