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darre

(dɛə)
vb
an archaic spelling of dare
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Lake Park -- Vance 3 0-0 9; Riser 1 0-0 2; Rogers 10 1-5 25; Dickerson 0 2-2 2; Darre 0 0-0 0; Tweedy 2 0-0 5; James 1 0-0 2; Thorne 1 0-0 2.
bnte do be spac patien Darre " Darren Millar AM, speaking in the Welsh Assembly this week,said: "This appears to be a significant problem in North Wales which, clearly, people wil want to have addressed prior to the very cold weather that may come over the winter period.
Peres, Ana Claudia Darre, Mariana Ortiz Ribeiro, Yara Juliana, Marcelo Furia Cesar, Rachel Cesar de Almeida Santos.
L'omo non si fermo, si volto appena, iso il vrazzo destro armato di un grosso revorbaro e sparo darre di se quasi all'urbigna.
Although this early antiSemitic screed reached thousands of readers at the cusp of the new republic, the author fails to mention books by three other racist authors, with an immeasurably greater impact on the German public in the second half of the 1920s, when the Nazis were gathering strength: Paul Schultze-Naumburg, Richard Walther Darre, and, of signal importance, Hans F.
Darre van Dijk, Chief Creative Officer, TBWA\Neboko, The Netherlands
Kjeken I, Darre S, Smedslund G, Hagen KB, Nossum R.
Michael Darre, an extension poultry specialist for Connecticut and the rest of New England, and Elaine Lidholm, a spokeswoman for the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, used identical language to describe the risk posed by birds migrating north after the end of winter -- that it is just a matter of time before it reaches the East Coast.
In attempting to 'reimagine' development praxis, the work undertaken by these organizations has much in common with the various actor-orientated perspectives advocated by Long (1989, 1990, 2001, 2004), Acre (1993), Acre and Long (2000, 2007), Olivier de Sardan (2005), Mosse (2005), Lewis and Mosse (2006a), and the 'anthropology of development' literature (for other important contributions, see Richards 1985, 1986, 1993; Scott 1986, 1990, 1998; Pigg 1992; Hobart 1993; and Darre 1997).
DARRE | Fletcher has told Saido Berahino not to end his career with regrets about what may have been.
Como senala la investigadora Silvana Darre, durante la decada de 1950 se produce un desplazamiento en los dispositivos pedagogicos dirigidos a las madres, corriendo el eje de intervencion del peligro de muerte infantil hacia el "ambito psiquico, a la felicidad infantil, a la neurosis y a la conflictiva interior" (Darre, 2013: 194).