10 Mile Road Race, started in 1977, has evolved into a nationally renowned festival of running events--benefiting state and local charities along the way.
Thus Tom Crims
testifying before the sons and daughters of Sister Teressa's Temple of Bliss.
In 2007, with the support of COACTEA, SiMERR and CRIMS
SEA*ACT hosted a 1-day workshop at St Bede's in Braidwood on Planning Lessons using Science and Maths Learning Objects with Dr Olivia Clarke of the Le@rning Federation.
If it was just about adolescents behaving badly, I'd put my bucks on Beresford's Puberty Blues (1981), or if it was about blurring that line between the cops and crims
then my bets would be firmly on Ian David's Blue Murder (1995).
This technique, known as CRIMS
(chemical reaction interface mass spectrometry), is used to investigate metabolites produced after administration of a labeled drug in a manner that is similar to the way in which carbon14 is used as a tracer in drug metabolism studies.
No resulta gratuito, tal como lo han denunciado los muslims norteamericanos, que la CIA haya organizado, a traves de las sangrientas bandas Crims
y Bloods de Los Angeles, la venta del crack entre la poblacion negra y latina del suroeste norteamericana.
The winner of the CRIMS
Educational Award was Kim Rogerson, risk management and insurance analyst from Domtar Inc.
ordered about a dozen defendants, charged with crimes
ranging from drunk driving to shoplifting, to buy display ads in the Pensacola News Journal with their photographs and statements explaining their crims
You may not give a fag end whether crims
are denied the odd snout.
But ITV's new six-parter isn't full of loud-mouthed, sexist cops throwing crims
in the nick.