NOLT


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NOLTNorth Olympic Land Trust (Port Angeles, WA)
NOLTNonarterialized Orthotopic Liver Transplantation
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In addition, Oregonians don't like to be told what to do, Nolt said.
Nolt let his license expire in a gesture of protest, telling the Cumberland County Sentinel that "the Constitution clearly spells out we have the right [to] do private business.
Bought with a jumping career in mind by his owner, trotting trainer Michel Roussel, the winner was the most impressive of the afternoon, making light of the gruelling ground to beat Nolt by half-a-dozen lengths.
Liz Hartel of Denmark brought recognition to the possibilities of horsebacking riding as a rehabilitative therapy when she won the silver medal for Grand Prix Dressage in 1952, despite having used a wheelchair since 1943 (Brudvig, 1988; Griffith, 1992; Potter, Evans, & Nolt, 1994).
Veteran coffee professional Carl Nolt opened his store in 1995 after working in the coffee business in Seattle.
Harry Loewen and Steven Nolt write that "Mennonite men were torn between defending their women, children, and possessions, and remaining faithful to their principle of nonresistance" 248).
James Nolt of the World Policy Institute raises the point that the United States must resist pressure to fight a new Cold War with China, fueled by rightwing alarmism about the "Red Chinese.
Education Department spokeswoman Dorie Nolt said in a statement that the department is confident it is within its legal authority in issuing regulations ''that will protect students and taxpayers' investments by bringing more accountability and transparency to career training programs.
Nolt, Karen Johnson-Weiner, Zimmerman Umble, and Weaver-Zercher all explore the delicate balance that members of Amish culture undertake when they represent themselves to the larger, "English" public.
How the Amish community responded with forgiveness when five of their children were murdered in 2006 is told in the book Amish Grace: How Forgiveness Transcended Tragedy by Donald Kraybill, Steven Nolt and David Weaver-Zercher.
and an archivist for the Virginia Mennonite Conference, and Nolt (history, Goshen College) reveal that not as individuals, nor as families, nor as communities did they respond as one to the tensions the US Civil War of the 1860s brought to them.
Top right, Bill Nolt and his horse Kokomo entertain visitors of the Iverson Movie Ranch in Chatsworth during Wild West Days.