DRINCDairy Research and Information Center
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The King, no stranger to the customs of his English subjects, returned the greeting with the appropriate words, Drinc hael, and partook of a cup which was handed to him by the sewer.
brief description of requirement bbsrc, together with engineering and physical sciences research council (epsrc), the economic and social research council (esrc), the medical research council (mrc) established the diet and health research club (drinc ) in 2008, in partnership with fourteen companies.
Gif mon fram longum wege geteorod sie drinc betonican on pam fuorenan oxumelle.
The authors are grateful to the Centre for the Assessment of Natural Hazards and Proactive Planning & Laboratory of Reclamation Works and Water Resources Management of National Technical University of Athens for offering the free "DrinC" software.
Tsakiris, "DrinC: a software for drought analysis based on drought indices," Earth Science Informatics, vol.
"Ro'n i'n pasa' cael Cafan i 'neud y gwaith caled i gyd ag 'o ni isio mynd i siopa i brynu solar lights a chadeiriau neis i fi gael ista 'ma yn 'rha' a chael drinc ella!" meddai Faye, ond mae hithau hefyd yn torchi llewys ac yn mynd i'r afael a'r plannu.
The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) is continuing the Diet and Health Research Industry Club (DRINC) into a second phase (DRINC2), in response to the needs identified in the evaluation of the first phase to continue to bring together industry and the research community to support research projects addressing the challenges associated with improving diet and health and to enable knowledge exchange.
The InDUC measures were derived from their parent instruments, the lifetime and recent versions of the Drinker Inventory of Consequences (DrInC), but substituted the words "drinking or drug use" for "drinking" and changed the focus of one item from weight gain to arrest (Miller, Tonigan & Longabough 1995).
This approach differed slightly from the original 15-item short form of the DrInC that was derived by taking the three items from each scale with the highest item-total correlation (Miller, Tonigan & Longabough 1995).
(DRinc) of Rigby, ID, which is the source for a continually growing list of craft vodka brands.