tewel


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tewel

(ˈtjuːəl)
n
1. (Zoology) a horse's rectum
2. obsolete an opening or orifice
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Third place went to Ron and Elizabeth Farquhar, Tewel, Stonehaven, with a steak from a 326.9kg homebred Limousin cross heifer.
For problems at Rochdale's intermediate school, IS 72, see interviews with Larry Lapka, Sue Raskin, Anita Starr, Ellen Page, Nancy Brandon, Francesca Spero, Kenneth Tewel, and George and Beryl Korot.
Ken Tewel to give Norris a briefing on the history and accomplishments of the Educational Partnership, now in its seventh year.
Also, the meaning of the word included "lo"-structured relationships between the living and the unseen powers such as the spirits of the dead (tewel) and the guardians of clan lands [21], and between enemy groups.
Tewel, etc., an educational leaders who have either served as fiscal advisors, superintendents, or educational university research consultants for school districts who have been in fiscal crisis.
Tewel, "The New Jersey Takeover Legislation: Help or Hindrance to Improvement in Troubled School Districts?"
(38) Tewel, "The New Jersey Takeover Legislation." See also, Margaret Dolan, State Takeover of a Local District in New Jersey: A Case Study (New Brunswick, NJ: Consortium for Policy Research in Education, April 1992).
Cross-departmental projects, joint ventures with other agencies, collaboration with unions and professional associations, and activities outside the mainstream reporting lines contravene the traditional organizational chart and ignore the chain of command (Tewel and Holzman 1991).
Tewel is Associate Professor, Supervision and Administration, Queens College, City University of New York, and Senior Program Advisor, Panasonic Foundation.
Born in October, 2017, he sold to R and D Farquhar, Tewel Farm, Stonehaven.