suttle


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suttle

(ˈsʌtəl)
vb (intr)
(Military) archaic to act as a sutler

suttle

(ˈsʌtəl)
adj
an obsolete variant of subtle
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Th' ascending pile Stood fixt her stately highth, and strait the dores Op'ning thir brazen foulds discover wide Within, her ample spaces, o're the smooth And level pavement: from the arched roof Pendant by suttle Magic many a row Of Starry Lamps and blazing Cressets fed With Naphtha and ASPHALTUS yeilded light As from a sky.
Jerrime Hughes, Contract Specialist , Phone 4043949452, Email Jerrime.Hughes@Gsa.Gov - Shannon C Suttle, Contracting Officer, Phone 404-224-2228, Email Chevette.Suttle@Gsa.Gov
"There's still swaths of the ocean that haven't been looked at such as the Western Pacific," Curtis Suttle, an environmental virologist at the University of British Colombia in Vancouver who wasn't involved in the study, said.
Communications Systems announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Suttle has sold its FutureLink Fiber business line, including inventory and customer relationships, to PPC Broadband.
Kim Suttle was wrongly "named and shamed" in a video posted on Facebook and YouTube accusing her of being a "dog abuser," which received over 130,000 views.
Troll Samantha Walker was responsible for making and posting the video, along with accusations Ms Suttle had beaten her own dog, on aFacebookgroup she had set-up as a "vigilante platform" to expose alleged animal abusers.
Rebecca Suttle, defending, said the relationship had not gone beyond kissing, explaining: "While I do not seek to minimise the offending, it does not extend to more than the occasional tryst in a cleaning cupboard."
One director was 32-year-old Sharon Suttle of Cleckheaton, West Yorks.
"Unimpeded by friction with the surface of the Earth, you can travel great distances, and so intercontinental travel is quite easy" for viruses, said Curtis Suttle, a marine virologist at the University of British Columbia.
Ray Suttle, 66, of Deighton, went to collect his Citroen C8 car from his son's house at Rastrick only to find it had disappeared.
CSL stated that the Costa Rica facility employs approximately 113 employees and operations include fibre termination and injection moulding production for the Suttle operating segment.
WHEELCHAIR-BOUND, frustrated and in pain, taxi crash casualty Bobby Suttle has a long road to recovery ahead of him.
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