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feal

(fiːl)
adj
an archaic word for faithful
[C16: from Old French feeil, from Latin fidēlis]
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Feal also responded, saying he "wasn't surprised" by the Senators' move to block the vote and that "this is their M.O." He took it a step further, calling both "opportunists" and "bottom-feeders."
Barbaric recalled that during the last year, FEAL had employed 88 new employees.
Feal says that community college faculty have been joining the MLA in increasing numbers over the years, and that she anticipates the relationship will continue to grow.
Feal, who along with other first responders and victims' family members was allowed an advance look at the museum before its formal opening on May 21, found himself sizing up bits of broken and twisted steel for something resembling the piece that had crushed his left foot - changing the direction of his life.
The synthesis process to produce dense nanostructured FeAl from elemental powders (Fe + Al) is composed of two steps [20]: (i) mechanical activation of the elemental powder mixture by a short duration treatment in a high energy planetary ball-mill and, (ii) synthesis and densification of FeAl in one step by reactive sintering using SPS equipment.
Pictured, from left, are Rod Griffiths, Anthony Feal, Idris Ahmed, Jason Ahmed, Joe Feal, Kevin Wilson and Peter Feal
Feal, David Laurence, and Stephen Olsen); (4) Measuring the Humanities: The Slippery Slope from Assessment to Standardization (Michael Holquist); (5) The Pygmies in the Cage: The Function of the Sublime in Longinus (W.
"I started out selling T-shirts over the internet," Feal said in a gruff Long Island accent.
If an institution is paying the recommended rate of $6,400 to $9,200 per course, provides benefits on a prorated basis, and considers other hiring costs, "it is not cheaper," points out Rosemary Feal, executive director of the MLA.