Bucy

Bu·cy

(bū'sē),
Paul C., U.S. neurosurgeon, 1904-1992. See: Klüver-Bucy syndrome.
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Both the City of Orange and the tenants made this redevelopment possible by working together in an expedited manner to revitalize this shopping center for the residents of Orange," said Erwin Bucy, Principal at Paragon Commercial Group.
For example, Bucy (2003) explained, that although college students tend to be more familiar with Internet news sources, they reported TV news as more credible.
5, Biolegend) (8 mg/kg) or isotype antibody (Rice and Bucy 1995).
Bucy and Gregson (2001) found in their study that even the politically inactive people could be influenced towards some latent political participation through political talk shows.
Unfortunately, Gloria already had a daughter Lynelle and she suffered from a condition called Kluver Bucy Syndrome which makes its victims hypersexual.
Also at the roundtable was Pam Bucy, commissioner of the Montana Department of Labor and Industry, who agreed that workplace flexibility is important.
18) In 1930 Bucy and Capp definitely described the radiographic Characteristics as a expansive, well-circumscribed area of rarefaction with a sunburst pattern of trabeculations radiating from a common center.
Matthew Bucy, son of Timothy Bucy and Cynthia Smith, plans to attend Oregon State University Honors College on a Presidential Scholarship and major in general engineering with a minor in German.
Although research on nonverbal behavior by candidates, and how it communicates intelligence, personality, values and stress levels, is a burgeoning field (Bucy 2011; Bucy and Bradley 2004; Dumitrescu, Gidengil, and Stolle 2015; Grabe and Bucy 2009; Koppensteiner, Stephan, and Jaschke 2015), relatively little attention has been given to audience attention to the candidates and their response in the form of applause, laughter, and boos.
Pam Bucy gave a wonderful talk at the Women's Leadership Luncheon about equal pay for equal work, how women often underestimate their worth in the workforce, and she also discussed some labor statistics.
As a state we are making great strides in preventing workplace accidents and I firmly believe the number of claims will continue to go down," DOL commissioner Pam Bucy wrote in her report.