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rammel

(ˈræməl)
n
dialect Northern English discarded or waste matter
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All these were duly packed away deep in the traveller's scrip, and above them old pippin-faced brother Athanasius had placed a parcel of simnel bread and rammel cheese, with a small flask of the famous blue-sealed Abbey wine.
The support and feedback from the community has been overwhelming , stated owner and co-founder Adam Rammel. The community asked for a local venue to host meetings, celebrations, and events and weve been working hard on developing the plans for the past two years.
Rammel from Miami - "Dan is a pleasure to deal with, we took the wine tour last summer and it was the best 6 hours of our 8 day trip across the US.
The press conference was preceded by DeWine and BCI special agent Josh Rammel.
NBI director Virgilio Mendez identified the two men as Boy Francis Quimko and Rammel Relos.
For instance, McCarthy (2003) used CAS to elaborate a technology management model, and Rammel, Stagl and Wilfingal (2007) utilized the CAS to build an agenda for natural resource management.
When Ginny Rammel, superintendent of Milton-Union School District in Miami, Ohio, was looking to construct a new preK through 12 building, architects at Ruetschle Architects and Waibel Energy Systems helped her design an efficient building for $32 million, or $148 per square foot.
There are other barriers to managing asthma at school, and addressing these barriers may improve the ability of children with asthma to participate more fully in school (Forbis, Rammel, Huffman, & Taylor, 2006; Mansour et al., 2000).
Christina's godfather Keith Rammel also paid tribute to the teenager, who was nicknamed "CJ" by her family.
Farrell, Katharine N., Rene Kemp, Friedrich Hinterberger, Christian Rammel, and Rafael Ziegler.
Sin embargo, es a partir del informe Brundtland que la definicion de sostenibilidad se expandio a los llamados objetivos WEHAB (agua, energia, salud, agricultura y biodiversidad) declarada en la Cumbre Mundial de las Naciones Unidas sobre Desarrollo Sostenible (2002), pero alcanzo representacion reconocida basada en tres pilares: economico, ambiental y social (Kastenhofer y Rammel, 2005 citados por Kajikawa, 2008).