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parge

(pɑːdʒ)
vb (tr)
(Building) building trades to coat or cover with plaster
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HONORS AND AWARDS: Commended Student in the National Merit Scholarship program for PSATs; Leadership Honors Academy at Fitchburg State College and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Abigail and John Adams Award; honor roll, all terms, all four years; summa cum laude on National Latin Exam, Grades 9-11; placed in top three on Mottos and Quotes Exam at Massachusetts UCL Latin Convention; Jean Parge Ballet Scholarship; Most Improved Studio Dancer at Michelle Goodwin's School of Dance, Grade 10.
Vijay, who has recorded live sessions for Radio Two and played at Coventry's St Mary's Guildhall and the Godiva Festival, will share the stage with Men Diamler, the Empty Set and Parge.
Aurora vice president Ted Parge says that his university has no plans to build new residence halls or similar structures on the Yerkes property.
Holocaust und autoritarer Charakter: Amerikanische Studien der vierziger Jahre vor dem Hintergrund der "Goldhagen-Debatte," by Martina Parge.
Love RA, Parge HE, Wickersham JA, Hostomsky Z, Habuka N, Moomaw EW, et al.
parchment Middle English parchemin, from Old French parchemin, parcamin, alteration (influenced by parche, parge, kind of red leather, from Late Latin Parthica (pellis), literally, Parthian skin) of Gallo-Romance *pergaminus, ultimately from Greek pergamene, from feminine of Pergamenos of Pergamum
Retailer Saks Incorporated (NYSE: SKS) (the "Company") today announced that Howard Parge has been named Senior Vice President of Stores for its Parisian specialty department store division, effective February 11, 2002.