genty

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genty

(ˈdʒɛntɪ)
adj, gentier or gentiest
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With newer, more advanced rating tools, KATV News Director Nick Genty can punch up details of what Arkansans are watching second by second, with a level of detail that amazes TV veterans.
David Genty of the Village of Glendale Heights took his photo during the villages tree-lighting ceremony.
The singers were supported by professional function band The Time Travellers, acoustic due Travelling Light, poet David Gill and soloists Kaytie-Jo Genty and Bobby O'Hare.
Genty (1978) encontro que la duracion de este insecto de huevo a adulto era de 57 a 60 dias, bajo condiciones de campo, lo cual coincide con lo encontrado por Barrios et al.
The current findings also supported results of the Louvet and Genty (2004) study who found that high-level soccer players apply more approach than avoidance coping strategies after maintaining emotional control in a stressful situation.
impressella has been partially studied, primarily on the oil palm under variable conditions; however, these studies were carried out in the 1970s under inconsistent experimental conditions and the details of the life-cycle are not conclusive (Genty 1978; Genty et al.
The independence of the Anglo-Americans is exactly the right event to accelerate the revolution that must spread happiness on earth[,]" wrote the Abbe Genty in the 1780s in response to an essay contest asking, "[h]as the discovery of America been useful or harmful to the human race?
En cuanto a la erosion del basamento carbonatico, esta provoca un incremento de las concentraciones de 12C (carbono no radioactivo) en la cuenca, el cual diluye el contenido de 14C (carbono radioactivo) que los organismos vivos incorporan (Kolchin and Shez, 1972; Genty et al.
Genty, Remarks at the White House Parental Incarceration Workshop (Aug.