TEDRATrust and Estate Dispute Resolution Act (est. 2000; Washington)
TEDRAToronto East Downtown Residents Association (Canada)
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Tedra, 32, called an ambulance and Tracy was treated in hospital.
There's no question that business sense, passion and hard work are largely responsible for the successes enjoyed by Anne Schmauss, Tedra Bonner and the others, but the women can only go so far on their own moxie--at least while corporate culture still reeks of its own "don't ask, don't tell" sensibility.
"The bakery's legacy was passed down from my grandmother to my mother," says Tedra. "Eventually it will be passed down to me."
For examples of these various forms of conceptual severance and how they have been applied by courts throughout the years, see Tedra Fox, Annual Review of Environmental and Natural Resources Law: Land Use Law Takings, Lake Tahoe's Temporary Development Moratorium: Why a Stitch in Time Should Not Define the Property Interest in a Takings Claim, 28 ECOLOGY L.Q.
(108.) See Tedra DeSue, Legal Victory for Memphis Arena Sets Stage for Pre-Spring Bond Sale, BOND BUYER, Dec.
Klinnert, "Maternal Emotional Signaling: Its Effect on the Visual Cliff Behavior of One-year-olds," Developmental Psychology 21 (1985): 185-200; Tedra Walden and Tamra A.
Ahora, en prensa en mi edicion de Teatro breve entre dos siglos que aparecera en la Editorial Ca 10 tedra en 2004.
Meredith Toenjes, Brian Tongier, Jay Penn Trevor, Tedra Ann Trimm, Amy Von Lintel, Matthew William Wachel, Christopher A.
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Co-valedictorian Rikki Redhead, the daughter of Rick and Tedra Redhead of Deadwood, plans to study psychology at Oregon State University.
Cherished grandmother of Zachary, Melody, Hillary, Jeremy, Naomi, Jacob, Tedra and Jared.
Health Department's Office on Women's Health after she lost her 27-year-old niece, Tedra Smith-Major, to lupus.