steery

steery

(ˈstɪərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a commotion or disturbance
adj, -rier or -riest
busy or bustling
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Tenders are invited for Complex land consolidation on part of cadastral area Steery
The subject of the small-scale public service contract is the elaboration of a complex land consolidation proposal (hereinafter referred to as the CPA) on the part of the Steery cadastral area, including the necessary geodetic works in the accuracy class designated for the cadastre renewal by Decree No.
I haven't hit some of the shots I hit today in a long time, but when I get a little steery and don't swing, I try to guide it, I hit some terrible shots.
"The Players is a place you can make some steery swings," he said.
She wrote: "We pulled our 'steery' cart to our Aunt's home in the near vertical Mountjoy Street.
Also, we used the Acceptance and Action Questionnaire (AAQ; Barraca, 2004) developed to assess experiential avoidance and psychological acceptance, and the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI-II, Beck, Steery & Brown, 1996) evaluates the presence of symptoms and severity of depression
After a few years, however, the Scots withdrew and the links to Newlyn became more tenuous, with the result that the core of the New English became almost synonymous with the English Impressionists, justifying one reviewer's description of it as 'that Steery, Starry, Stotty lot of painters'.
En la segunda consulta se aplico el BDI-II (Beck Depression Inventory II; Beck, Steery y Brown, 1996) y se pidio a Clara que explicitara por escrito en que notaria ella la mejoria en caso de producirse y en que la notarian los demas (Regla 2).
This is an extravilan section of road II / 324 between Doln Prm - Steery.
Prior Information Notice: II / 324 border district Nymburk - Steery.
Plotite nad labem and steery, Including necessary geodetic works in the class of accuracy intended for reconstruction of the cadastre of real estates by decree no.
The NEAC was described by one early critic as that 'Steery, Starry, Stotty lot of painters', and Wilson Steer, Sidney Starr and William Stott of Oldham are all represented in the present exhibition working in Degas's favourite pastel medium.