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peery

(ˈpɪərɪ)
n, pl -ries
Scot and Northern English a spinning top
adj, peerier or peeriest
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) belonging to or comprising peers
2. given to looking intently or peering
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organizers started meeting at the end of February to design the parade route and its stations for marshals, select judges for the reviewing stand, and confirm Bill Peery and Audrey Olson as the parade commentators.
She succeeds the retiring Bryan Peery in the first quarter of 2020 from the same roles.
Whether it's directing a luncheon for current and former board members or bringing in a beaten woman or planning a beautiful Purple Sash Gala, Jan Peery, YWCA Oklahoma City executive director, is ready.
The company also announced today that Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Bryan Peery intends to retire from the company in the first quarter of 2020.
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"Farm Credit of the Virginias and our customer-owners have benefited greatly from Bette's diverse insight and dedication for decades," says Peery Heldreth, CEO of FCV.
McCuddy and Peery (1996), in their literature review, say the following: "People who believe they are in control of their own destiny have an internal locus of control.
Immigration rates may be estimated in long-term intensive studies where all individuals in the population are marked each year, allowing a direct count of unmarked individuals in the next year (Slough and Mowat 1996); or from the collection of capture--recapture data on marked individuals and, depending on how the data were sampled and which age classes were marked, using different models to infer immigration (Nichols and Pollock 1990, Peery et al.
Brian Peery, Hennessy's Cornerstone MidCap 30 fund manager, says he's waiting for a correction "like everyone else."
The sociometric nomination method is based on the measurement of attraction and repulsion toward the members of a group (Moreno, 1934), identified from the choices and rejections reported by the students, who are classified by the dimensions of social preference and social impact, proposed by Peery (1979).