swiler

swiler

(ˈswaɪlə)
n
(Hunting) Canadian (in Newfoundland) a seal hunter
[variant of sealer2]
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Swiler, "Bridging the gap between HRA research and HRA practice: a Bayesian network version of SPAR-H," Reliability Engineering and System Safety, vol.
Swiler, "A graph-based system for network-vulnerability analysis," in Proceedings of the Workshop on New Security Paradigms, pp.
In "Learning to Take It," a young swiler (sealer) relates the abject experience of enduring a hunting season living and sleeping in greasy seal pelts and covered in lice, while another tale examines the bravery and initiation involved in jumping from one ice pan to the next (copying) and falling into the icy water.
Also elected to serve one-year terms as members of the board of governors were Mike Klein of Dominion Colour, who just completed two years as chairman; and Chuck Jones of Clairant Corporation, Bob Lane of The Shepherd Color Company, Dave Klebine of Apollo Colors, Myron Petruch of Sun Chemical Corporation, Dan Swiler of Ferro Corporation, Roger Weaving of Aceto Corporation, and Phil Webb of BASF.
Also elected to serve one-year terms as members of the Board of Governors were Mike Klein (Dominion Colour) who just completed two years as chairman, and Chuck Jones (Clariant Corporation), Bob Lane (The Shepherd Color Company), Dave Klebine (Apollo Colors), Myron Petruch (Sun Chemical Corporation), Dan Swiler (Ferro Corporation), Roger Weaving (Aceto Corporation), and Phil Webb (BASF).
Julie Swiler is the spokeswoman for the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas.
Kermit Swiler Champa argues convincingly that the different approaches to landscape painting evidenced in the works of Corot and Monet can be explained, in part, by their different approaches to music.
Kermit Swiler Champa's approach to the landscapes of Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and Edouard Monet (chap.