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drack

(dræk) or

drac

adj
slang Austral (esp of a woman) unattractive
[perhaps from Dracula's Daughter]
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Location Sensor name Range Pout Drack PDCR 130/W/C 0- 344.74 kPa rel.
Congenital cataract is one of the pre-eminent sources of visual impairment among children and reported for one tenth instance of visual loses in them (Lambert and Drack, 1996; Wang et al., 2011).
(10.) Dumitrescu AV, Moga DC, Longmuir SQ, Olson RJ, Drack AV Prevalence and characteristics of abnormal head posture in children with Down syndrome: a 20-year retrospective, descriptive review.
Fixed issue where fast travel is sometimes disabled after recruiting Drack until the player reloads a save
Ha habido un gran cambio de registro de la serie Vis a Vis a Drack Pack tu actual trabajo.
Simon JW, Buckley EG, Drack AV, Hutchinson AK, Plager DA, Rabb EL, et al.
Saraya Bandar Jissah recently awarded the tender for designing and constructing a Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) to Drack and Scull International, while the consultation for the plant has been given to KEO International Consultants.
(8.) Nichols BE, Sheffield VC, Vandenburgh K, Drack AV, Kimura AE, Stone EM.
Drack, "Diatom bionanotribology-biological surfaces in relative motion: their design, friction, adhesion, lubrication and wear," Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol.
Drack et al., "Long-term surgical and visual outcomes in primary congenital glaucoma: 360[degrees] trabeculotomy versus goniotomy," Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, vol.
Dopuch N and Drack D., (1966), "The effect of alternatives accounting rules for non subsidiary investments", Journal of Accounting Research, (supplement), p.