NEASE

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NEASENational Eczema Association for Science and Education
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The State filed a petition for review to the superior court arguing that the wrong standard was applied.196 The superior court agreed, remanded the case, and directed the district court, quoting Beauvois, to determine "whether, under the facts known to the police officer, the stop of the car was objectively justified." (197) When the matter came before the court of appeals, (198) Nease argued that his stop was illegal because it was made on subjectively pretextual grounds.
Carrington Mortgage Services, Llc has said that it has named Brad Nease as senior vice president, capital markets.
Nease and his coauthors developed REMIT in two phases.
The sellers were Carthal Knowles and Thomas Newby, $70,000 each in March 1996; James and Imogene Adkisson, $50,000 in March 1996; Kiehl/ Holiday Properties Inc., led by Jack Mobbs and Byron McKimmey, $25,000 in March 1996; Oren and Peggy Nease, $10,000 in March 1996; Bertha Parker, $60,000 in October 1996; and Walter and Grace Buckner, $30,000 in January 2000.
"This is a growing trend," says Kim Nease, manager of point of sale research at the Emerson Group.
In addition to MTI, Save Energy Now Awards were won by Benlee Inc., Romulus, Mich.; Brose, Chicago; Flex-N-Gate Corp.--MasterGuard, Veedersburg, Ind.; The Minster Machine Company, Minster, Ohio (which operates a metalcasting facility among other manufacturing plants); Nease Corp., Harrison, Ohio; American Augers, West Salem, Ohio; Barnard Manufacturing, St.
While most of us were out pursuing game last October the team at Horton Manufacturing was completing a deal with Outdoor Products Group and its founder Chuck Nease, acquiring the exclusive rights to manufacture and market CSS Archery products and Tunerz Accessories.
Brink is an executive vice president at Nease, Lagana, Eden & Culley, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.
There is growing support for the influence that religion has on the experience of disease (Daaleman & Nease, 1994) and the importance of spirituality for people diagnosed with cancer is worth noting (Moadel et al., 1999).
It was part of a five-year plan to install security cameras and additional unarmed campus supervisors as another set of eyes and ears for administrators, according to Janet Nease, director of instruction and educational programs at Park Hill.
Recently in THE JOURNAL OF FAMILY PRACTICE, Nease and Malouin ("Depression screening: a practical strategy," J Fam Pract 2003; 52:118-124) did an excellent job of identifying a rationale and strategy for screening for depression in primary care.