tice


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tice

(taɪs)
vb (tr)
obsolete to tempt or to allure; to entice
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Their prac- tice in the field was the most fantastic thing I ever saw.
300 Tice Boulevard is the premier Class A office building in the Northern Bergen County submarket," said Recine.
Tice is an expert in the development of pharmacy patient care solutions, including medication therapy management and pharmacy quality measures.
BEIRUT: The family of kidnapped American journalist Austin Tice Thursday issued indicated their willingness to do anything to secure his release in a direct appeal to his captors just weeks before he enters his sixth year of captivity in Syria.
Students working together to collaborate their ideas for TICE.
TICE managing director Jennifer Barret said: "TICE is delighted to be a delivery partner on Ladders - the project has been carefully designed to fulfil the growing needs of the creative and digital sectors.
Dawes' disappearance drew little media attention, but the Washington Post said his release is believed to be a positive sign the Syrian government is moving toward freeing Tice, a former U.
Tice was most recently with BlackRock in New York, where he was a managing director and head of private energy investments for the firm's credit business and Americas fixed income division.
Tice says, "Agricultural stakeholders always need to be professional, well-mannered and respectfully civilized, from farm field to table to global leader.
This "syndrome," Tice points out, makes the apparently laudatory claim of strength, but also serves to rationalize the great burdens, struggles, and suffering that black women are expected to bear.
Tice pursues aspects of statistical physics that relate to telecommunications and the study of natural languages.
US State Department spokesman Patrick Ventrell said the US is trying to confirm reports Austin Tice is being held.