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Middendorf said: "I do remember that Drees was very interested in the little piece of stone.
Play with paving Drees chose 18- by 18-inch tiles of Connecticut bluestone, which contain shades of cool blues and rust.
Numerous Oregon players threw up their hands in disbelief and Chatfield immediately tried to run down referee Colin Arblaster to complain that the kick by Drees should have been called a foul.
Sanam Drees, 16, who was described as "vulnerable," vanished from her home in Park Vale Road, Middlesbrough, after running a lunchtime errand around 1pm on Christmas Day.
Sanam Drees, 16, of Park Vale Road, Middlesbrough, disappeared after going to a nearby shop and had only a small amount of money with her and no extra clothing or personal possessions.
by Laurie Meijer Drees, Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 272 pp.
We want our customers to be able to intuitively disassemble the pacaging and put their computer to immediate use," says David Drees, global pacaging engineer.
Realizing that many ancient crop strains and their associated cultural traditions were disappearing, Gary Nabhan, Mahina Drees, Barney Burns and Karen Reichhardt founded the nonprofit Native Seeds/Southwestern Endangered Aridland Resources Clearinghouse (SEARCH).
We as shareholders are unhappy with the performance - and in two senses: on the one hand with the share performance and on the other with the performance of the management,' said Rolf Drees of Union Investment, which holds about pounds 300 million worth of Telekom shares.
In the introductory chapter Barbour presents his typology and compares it briefly to those of Haught, Peters, and Drees.
One of Tuscarora's key strengths is their strong engineering capability," said Gateway Global Packaging Engineer David Drees.
The prosecution appealed to Judge Robert Drees that the arraignment be continued no later than Monday.