moved to the big lake just to fish for bream and bass on fly; he was a purist.
If you are wearing something vintage, you instantly have a unique outfit that no one else will be wearing," Detar
The task of understanding is one that involves both reason and imagination to construct a past whereby one can situate and understand a present (Florio-Ruane with deTar
, 2001, p.
SAIC's Applied Sciences Operation was awarded the Directed Energy Technology Applications and Research (DETAR
) contract by the Directed Energy Directorate of the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Kirtland Air Force Base, NM.
Studies of culture and its social, historical, personal, and political dimensions tend to be slighted in the texts and contexts of both teacher education and classroom learning (Florio-Ruane with deTar
, 2001; George, Raphael & Florio-Ruane, 2002).
Running three or four burners on a 48-inch commercial range generates a lot of heat, says Mary DeTar
, a kitchen designer with Studio 2000 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Growers tried shaker tables as benches for tomato plants to force pollen mechanically from the anthers, or installed speakers blasting out high-energy sound waves for the acoustical production of the required sound pressure (DeTar
et al., 1968; Buchmann and Nabhan, 1996).
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, C., DRAPER, T., LIU, K., GOTTLIEB, S., HAMBER, H., KILCUP, G., SHIGEMITSU, J., KOGUT, J., KRONFELD, A., LEE, I.
(32.) Jim Detar
and Anthony Cataldo, "Intel Takes Offensive with 6-Point Plan," Electronic News 40 (December 12, 1994), pp.
John Tomasin and Richard DeTar
("Letters," March/April 1999) should read We the Jury by Godfrey D.
conducted the tests at ARS' Western Integrated Cropping Systems Research Unit in Shafter.
If a child fails initial drug therapy and a second line agent is recommended, azithromycin and clarithromycin should be considered next, as they are less expensive than most oral cephalosporins or amoxicillin plus clavulanate (Augmentin[R]) (Detar
, Mori, Beaman, & Kumar, 1997).