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scroggin

(ˈskrɒɡɪn)
n
(Cookery) informal NZ a tramper's home-made high-calorie sweetmeat
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"Through it all she has maintained a bright spirit and a fantastic attitude," said her grandmother, Kathryn Scroggin. Evans' mother described her as a "feisty redhead," who fought fatigue, pain, and nausea that comes with the rigorous treatment, bravely.
Scroggin joined CoastHills as the credit union's first social media officer.
"Because of the depth and complexity of this type of project, which will be the first of its kind in Arkansas, the extended time taken in developing this arrangement has been necessary to ensure that all aspects have been evaluated and addressed thoroughly," Conway Regional spokeswoman Lori Ross Scroggin said in an email to Whispers.
Troy Scroggin drove from Virginia to check on his vacation home on Hatteras Island.
Ashley Scroggin added 13 points and Hailey Garrity chipped in 10 for Westview (22-5), which will face Oregon City in the semifinals at 6:30 p.m.
Scroggin, "Molecular scanning analysis of hepatocyte nuclear factor 1[alpha] (TCF1) gene in typical familial type 2 diabetes in african americans," Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental, vol.
David Scroggin, Steven Graham and Adam Bravey also celebrated, while Richard Biggs hit the consolation.
Wyeth also wanted the high court to throw out $2.75 million of compensatory damages that the woman, Donna Scroggin of Little Rock, AR, won after suing Wyeth and Upjohn Co., another Pfizer unit.
While no one knows for certain what the future tax picture will look like (see The Scope of the Problem sidebar; in which attorney John Scroggin paints a picture of what likely will happen), a number of advisors around the country have been working with their clients to make the most of the current situation.
In the body of literature that situates service-learning within social justice or critical pedagogy, researchers and practitioners have written about the role service-learning plays in students' journeys from privileged, dominant culture backgrounds to an understanding of the lives people lead in non-dominant communities (Arries, 1999; Camacho, 2004; Dunlap, Scroggin, Green, & Davi, 2007; Kiely, 2004, 2005; Mitchell, 2008; Pompa, 2002; Rockquemore & Schaffer, 2000).
"Most communities have a Web site--and we all look great in our Web site pictures--but most do not have the ability to apply online," Chris Scroggin, the Director of Property Management at Park La Brea in Los Angeles, said.