melder

melder

(ˈmɛldə)
n
the quantity of grain or meal ground at one time
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The ambition is to demolish the fire-damaged bridge in mid to late January and have a new bridge with more lanes open in July, ITD spokesman Jake Melder said.
Other attendants were Lily Trest, Kelly Melder, Bess Butler, Lindsey Crenshaw, and Blair Landwehr.
The disease was first noted after fire suppression began but declined after the restoration of fire (Siggers, 1934; Derr and Melder, 1970).
1994) (rejecting the argument that "the auditor had become 'entangled' with [defendant] by offering discounts on its fees"); Melder v.
She shared duties with Alison Melder of Little Rock, who works for the Jim Keet for Governor campaign, according to Richard Atkinson, Keet's press secretary.
Like Kerouac, Ginsberg could be a merger and melder within the realms of philosophy and spirituality.
Among recipients of a large share of this aid are three brothers and an associate of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, leader of the Sinaloa cartel, Carlos Beltran Leyva, a key member of the Beltran-Leyva drug organization, and Industrias Melder, a company owned by the family of Agriculture Secretary Francisco Mayorga Castaneda.
(21.) Haase A, Smith Vaughan H, Melder A, Wood Y, Janmaat A, Gilfedder J, et al.