slanger

slanger

(ˈslæŋə)
n
1. (Commerce) a street vendor
2. (Recreational Drugs) an illegal drug dealer
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Rhonda Keister, Robert Slanger, Matthew Bain, and David Pavlik, "Joint PME: Closing the Gap for Junior Officers," Joint Force Quarterly 74, July 2014, http://ndupress.
Abbas S, Linseisen J, Slanger T, Kropp S, Mutschelknauss EJ, Flesch-Janys D, et al.
Abbas S, Linseisen J, Slanger T, Kropp S, Mutscholknauss EJ, Flesch-Janys D, et al.
While Slanger's extended family - from L-dz, Poland - was being systematically murdered in places such as Auschwitz, Slanger was serving in the U.
Ronellenfitsch U, Schwarzbach M, Hofheinz R, Kienle P, Kieser M, Slanger TE, et al.
Ronellenfitsch U, Schwarzbach M, Hofheinz R, Kienle P, Kieser M, Slanger T, et al; GE Adenocarcinoma Meta-analysis Group.
Working at Apache Point Observatory in New Mexico, astronomers Candace Gray and Nancy Chanover (New Mexico State University), Tom Slanger (SRI International), and Karan Molaverdikhani (University of Colorado) observed Venus spectrographically on four separate occasions between 2012 and 2014.
Hannah Rachel Slanger, "The Attitudes of Orthodox Jewish Rabbis Towards Professional Mental Health Services as Related to Their Practice of Referrals" (PhD diss.
Major Robert Slanger, USAF, is a Southeast Asia Policy Officer in U.
However, even if extreme sport is a rapidly growing phenomenon in the western world (Campbell & Johnson, 2005; Celsi, Rose, & Leigh, 1993; Puchan, 2004; Slanger & Rudestam, 1997; Soreide, Ellingsen, & Knutson, 2007; Willig, 2008), surprisingly few researchers have investigated the trend scientifically.