whitling

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whitling

(ˈwɪtlɪŋ)
n
(Animals) Scot a young sea trout
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Biopsies of transformation, and chin, leg, and PCFCL auricle revealed CL Whitling et Man age 73 y with a MF, patch-plaque, and al, (20) 2013 2/y history of patch/ primary cutaneous, plaque MF developed [CD5.sup.+] small plaquelike to nodular B-cell lymphoma lesions on his scalp (up to 1.2 cm).
Kate Whitling wrote: "So many people have lost loved ones to suicide, can't see how doing that as a party decoration will get the message across that they claim it will."
Relying on the words of Lord Diplock, a preeminent English jurist, NJ Whitling mentions that the "exercise by the state of the power to intercept communications between private citizens has always been looked upon by the public with suspicion and distaste." (29) Having regard for the protections afforded by the law on search and seizure in Canada, it would be frivolous to argue that one does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in ones private communications, (30) despite the publics likely and reasonable trepidation about extending a residual expectation of privacy to the private communications of terror suspects.
Amcor also had to purchase new preform injection molding machines to fit this production range, notes Ron Whitling, Amcor's director of value-added services.
Majors Christian Whitling and Pierre Oberdyn of the French Police, who supervised the 'Suspects Interrogation Techniques' course, stressed that the Abu Dhabi Police respects the rights and dignity of the suspects undergoing interrogation according to the highest humane standards.
(164.) Goode, 171 N.W.2d at 736 (quoting Commonwealth ex rel Whitling v.
(39.) Shackelford RE, Whitling NA, McNab P, Japa S, Coppola D.
For example, his Canadian lawyers, Dennis Edney and Nathan Whitling, have worked tirelessly and at great emotional and personal financial cost to assist Khadr.
Nathan Whitling, another lawyer for Khadr, said their focus will now shift to Khadr's war-crimes trial at Guantanamo later this year.
Several surveys indicate that the issue of measuring benefits of IT investments is a concern in many organizations (Whitling et.