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WOLDWest Oahu Library District (Pearl City, HI)
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Wold and his team also uncovered evidence of gene-related differences that might explain the cardiovascular changes they saw.
Sgt Wold, 34, said "This deployment is completely different to what I am used to, however these people need our help and that is exactly what we intend to do."
''The degree of risk in that area, due to the rock fall and ice fall that's continuously coming down from that cliff onto the area where the fall ended, we cannot put anybody on the ground,'' Wold said.
"It's inconceivable that anyone survived that" fall, Wold said.
Eric Wold, city parks and open space natural resources manager, said the new reporting method allows the public to help parks workers and police monitor activity in the city's parks and open spaces.
Earlier, a third man, John Smith, 66, of Wold Gate, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, denied assisting an offender.
His attorney, Peter Wold, said Tuesday he had seen a copy of the complaint and questioned the charges.
The Other Log of Phileas Fogg comes from a publisher who is providing new editions of Farmer's classic Wold Newton and Grandmaster series, beginning with THE OTHER LOG OF PHILEAS FOGG from his Wold Newton stories.
Woolfitt raced horses both in his own name and under the banner of his successful Beverley-based company Wold Construction Limited.
This casebook is intended by Wold (Lewis & Clark Law School, US), Gaines (Aarhus U.