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gart

(ɡɑːrt)
vb
a past tense and past particple of gar2
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In the presence of such an emergency as now confronted her, Miss Gart h felt instinctively that all ordinary phrases of reproof would be phrases thrown away.
This year, the event at GART is expected to bring more than 20 000 visitors from some 39 countries, over 220 local and international exhibitors, with 3500 VIP and large scale farmers and 150 members of the media.
It was a pleasure to work with Eric and the HFF team on this exciting project, said Mark Sidell, president of Gart Properties.
Existing GolfTec leadership will remain in place to drive expansion and operational excellence while Gart Capital Partners will retain a minority position and continue to be actively involved in managing the partnership.
Gart will manage Physicians and Surgeons Network, a URAC accredited Physician Review Organisation (PRO) consisting of more than 100 physician reviewers and the IPS P&T Committee.
Leaving the publishing division are Bob Gremillion, Harry Amsden, Naomi Sachs and Mike Gart. Gremillion, an executive vice president of the division since 2007, had been interim publisher of the Tribune before Hunter and served a decade as publisher of the company's Sun-Sentinel of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
The enzymes studied were GARS and GART which catalyze the second and third steps in the purine biosynthetic pathway [40].
Mae wedi dal tyddynnwr a'i deulu yn codi tatws pan nad oedd tractor ar gael, na hyd yn oed gart a cheffyl i'w helpu.
Myles Gart, MD, MMM, is a practicing, board-certified anesthesiologist in Omaho, Neb.
No information regarding Bo gart's condition was available on Tuesday.
Two months ago, Gartner (gart ner.com) issued a report on the state of open source software, and the findings indicate the movement is far more established than many of us would have thought.