SCOLE


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SCOLESpacecraft Control Laboratory Experiment (NASA)
SCOLEStanding Committee on Library Education (American Library Association)
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These tools really improve patient satisfaction, plus our portal solution distinguishes us compared with other health networks in the community," Scoles says.
This year we put it at the end of May, hoping for some better weather," Scoles said.
Scoles devotes the majority of his work to tracing these developments and the redefinition of identity that took place in the wake of each schism.
domestica, destruyendolas antes que estas se conviertan en adultas, reduciendo las poblaciones y convirtiendose en un potencial agente de control biologico (Rutz & Scoles 1989, Zamora 1996, Geden 1998).
GERHARD KEGEL & KLAUS SCHURIG, supra note 1, at 654 (providing examples of the extent of choice by parties); MAYER & HEUZE, supra note 1, at 516 (same); SCOLES ET AL.
Ruaridh, of Stow, near Galashiels in the Borders, defeated America's John Swanguen and New Zealander Matthew Scoles to claim victory.
Scoles's St Charles Borromeo, Hull (1828-29 and 1835, with subsequent [1894] embellishments by Smith, Brodrick [not Broderick as in the book], & Lowther), containing an over-the-top Baroque Last Judgement; and Ignatius Scoles & S.
Sponsors Mark Benjamin, Intercity Mobile Communications' David Smith, Churchill Vinters and Hoar Cross owner Stephen Joynes present the award to Helen and Barry Scoles Picture, MARK THEISINGER
LANCASTER - Antelope Valley Transit Authority paratransit van driver Brian Scoles has been recognized for giving superior service to his disabled passengers.
Education officer Brian Scoles says: "The theme this year is the sea, partly because travel is the theme of national museums and galleries month and because of our exhibition of Turner's early seascapes.