dearn

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dearn

(dɜːn)
adj
alone or unseen
vb (tr)
(Knitting & Sewing) an archaic word for darn11
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Jean Dearn, BSN, CURN, is a Urology Program Nurse, Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle, WA.
Una excepcion es La mujer de paja (Basil Dearn, 1963) (Figura 6), con Gina Lollobrigida y Sean Connery, en el que se reconoce la isla de Mallorca a la que viajan los protagonistas, destacando en este caso que las localizaciones se pueden calificar como atipicas ya que aparecen escenas del pueblo de Arta, Cala Rajada y la Colonia de Sant Pere.
Adam Christian Dearn, 27, of Queens Terrace, Middlesbrough, fined PS200, ordered to pay PS20 compensation, PS20 in charges and PS85 costs for assault.
Dearn is the CEO of Bellatrix PC, a woman-owned law firm with offices in Southern California and Missouri.
It's got to be the longest stint as an understudy," laughs Lee Dearn, who took over The Diskery in April.
Phytotoxic fungal metabolites namely leptosphaerodione elsinochrome A and cercosporin have been isolated from different isolates of phytopathogenic fungal species Stagonospora convolvuli Dearn.
Brenda Dearn posted on Facebook site West Bromwich People: "Hill House needs to be preserved because it has so much history.
Dearn, Liz, Office of the Public Advocate, Submission to the Scrutiny of Acts and Regulations Committee, Review of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act (2006), June 2011
The Sharks Under 8 side were beaten 44-36 in a tight game at Dearn Valley Bulldogs.
Ian Dearn, head of manufacturing at the Sheffield plant, said: "It is great that Kraft Foods recognises the strength of the UK as a manufacturing centre.
Lewis Dearn grabbed the winner for the U-11s in this momentous game.
Robert Jeffrey, Kaya Montgomery, Paul Dearn and Dean Stirling had earlier admitted supplying drugs.