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sipe

(saɪp)
n
1. a drain
2. (Clothing & Fashion) US a groove (in a tyre or shoe sole) for draining water and improving traction
3. (Automotive Engineering) US a groove (in a tyre or shoe sole) for draining water and improving traction
vb (intr)
dialect Scot (of water, liquid, etc) to soak; to filter through
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We're excited to bring our student loan solutions to current and prospective members and their families," Sipe said.
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Sipe says the response to his proposal from the industry at large could best be characterized as "thunderous silence.
There are other problems with barring priests from marriage, Sipe said.
As a mental health nurse and counsellor myself, I would like to have heard Sipe develop this theme, along with the broader themes of sexuality and celibacy.
Lagnayo led GACA-ANS with 23 points, while Sipe finished with 19 points for Saudi Electricity.
As Sipe pointed out, however, the clinical definition puts the age of the abuse victim as 13 or younger, while the John Jay team chose to define instances of pedophilia as the cases where victims were 10 or younger.
When the drivers that make up insurance rates dropped, premium fell accordingly, but the dive has been faster and more far-reaching than anyone predicted or imagined possible," Sipe said of the overall market.
Sipe graduated from Ypsilanti High School in Ypsilanti, Mich.
Sipe, MD, is a senior consultant in neurology at the Scripps Clinic and associate professor of neurology in the Department of Molecular and Experimental Medicine at the Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA.
The 16th-century Reformation, Sipe told the Celibacy Is the Issue audience, was marked by advances in communications (the creation of movable type), increased education among the laity, awareness of financial and sexual corruption in the church, and theological controversies.
His new book - written with former priests Richard Sipe and Tom Doyle - threatens to blow the lid off the Church's wall of secrecy by proving that the Church knew its priests were violating their vows.