ledden

ledden

(ˈlɛdən)
n
language or speech
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In an interesting session called Creative Merchandising Strategies for Libraries, Stacie Ledden, Anythink Libraries' (anythink libraries.
Earl Ledden Professor of Religion, Emerita, at Syracuse University) argues instead that ancient Christianity took a material turn between the fourth and seventh centuries.
Chris Ledden graduated from Swansea University with a first class honours degree in civil engineering in 2011.
design-build contractor, Ledden Palimeno Landscape Co.
O franqueado possui um maior nivel de satisfacao com o franqueador devido ao ganho de habilidade e conhecimentos providos no suporte ao franqueado (Whittaker, Ledden, & Kalafatis, 2007).
CREW: P Jackson (3)--Skipper, P Mara (1), B Garrod(1), P Walker (1), C Dollison (1), C Ledden, K Johnson (1), L Maciejewzeki, M Raleigh, P Love-Williams, S Marsland, Z Leffler, K George, B Baker (1), S Zuehlke, A Leslie (1)
Otros constructos menos estudiados son el riesgo, el compromiso y la confianza (Whittaker, Ledden & Kalafatis, 2007).
1998), as well as in other investigations on value antecedents, as in Gallarza and Gil (2006a) or Ledden et al.
Mr Blakemore said that as well as destroying six vehicles and a tow-truck owned by Terry Ledden and six vehicles owned by second-hand care dealer Roger Harcourt, the fire had had other devastating side effects.
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So I brought along two minithrillseekers, my daughter Emily and her friend Nicole Ledden.
The chairman of the judging panel was Mick Ledden, Lavendon Group's Operations Director.