knittle

knittle

(ˈnɪtəl)
n
archaic string or cord
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The Go Talk is one example of an AAC device (Creative Commons attribution Beth Knittle)
Knittle (CynthiaKnittle@gmail.com), DHA, MSN, RN; Adjunct faculty, College of Health Professions, University of Phoenix; Health Coach, Highmark Health.
Once the intervention has been created, a solid diffusion and implementation process is vital to ensure program success (Knittle, 2014).
[5.] Knittle KP, De Gucht V, Hurkmans EJ, Vlieland TP, Peeters AJ, Ronday HK, Maes S.
Knittle Diana L, 91401 Stallings Ln, Eugene; New Single Family Dwelling With Attached 3 Car Garage; $854,711.
(30.) Henrich IF, Knittle K, De G, V, Warren S, Dombrowski SU, Maes S.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the WVDHHR and the Bureau of Behavioral Health & Health Facilities for the grant award as well as the help of organizers Kimberly Walsh, Deputy Commissioner of the Bureau, Robert Knittle, ED of the WV Board of Medicine, Brian Foy, ED of the WVSMA, Karie Sharp, Conference Coordinator for the WVSMA, Diana Shepard ED of the WV Board of Osteopathic Medicine, Penny Fioravante, ED, WVOMA, and especially Dr.
Curtis Knittle, chairperson of the IEEE 802.3 NG-EPON study group and director of Network Technologies at CableLabs, Inc.
"Today (Friday), the phone has been ringing off the hook with people who are out of oil and people whose heating systems are failing,'' Mary Knittle, director of energy resources at the Worcester Community Action Council Inc., said.