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WOLDWest Oahu Library District (Pearl City, HI)
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Sgt Wold, 34, said "This deployment is completely different to what I am used to, however these people need our help and that is exactly what we intend to do.
It's unclear whether the climbers were moving or camping at the time of the accident, Wold said.
By the public helping identify safety issues and reporting them, staff have a much better opportunity to address them," Wold said.
When I got posted here I had never heard of Staxton Wold," Trethowan reflects.
That same year, BBC4 broadcast a documentary of Wold visiting the southern USA entitled Seasick Steve: Bringing It All Back Home.
In "The Sounds of Chicago" Wold writes "I'll never again wake up to the ring / of metal wheels on frozen snow / and the plop-clop of the horse's hooves / as her tired legs pull the milkman's wagon / down the quiet street on her wintry way.
The panel of experts will include Chief John Crombach of the Oxnard Police Department; Karen Wold of the Ventura County District Attorney's Office; Teresa Madden, a sociology lecturer at CLU; Frank Barajas, an assistant professor of history at California State University, Channel Islands; Patricia Villasenor, a policy adviser for immigration and fair housing for the City of Los Angeles; and Enrique Hurtado, executive director of a gang intervention program called Aztecs Rising.
It wold be a disgrace if the burns unit at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, pictured, closes and children have to travel to Manchester.
These engineered viruses kill cancer cells through a mechanism that is completely different from chemotherapy or radiation" and that is potentially much safer, William Wold of the university's school of medicine told the Los Angeles Times.
Introgen and VirRx initiated their collaboration in order to develop a series of potential products emanating from VirRx and the Wold laboratory.
on view through December 2003), features the work of ten artists: Elisabeth Atnafu, Alexander "Skunder" Boghossian, Achamyeleh Debela, Wosene Kosrof, Julie Mehretu, Aida Muluneh, Etiye Dimma Poulsen, Mickael Bethe-Selassie, Kebedech Tekleab and Elizabeth Habte Wold.
Although Wold does not address all the questions being raised in the debate regarding homosexuality, he does offer a stimulating scholarly journey through the biblical texts of the Old and New Testaments as well as various historical data on the ancient Near East.