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Gass

(gahs),
John D.M., 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Irvine-Gass syndrome.
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A key design feature Pte van Gass was keen to include was an electrical system to heat his stump.
But last month, NATO selected Gass, 55, to be its senior civilian representative in Afghanistan.
In the December 9 article, Gass defended his past criticisms of Iran's rights record and said human-rights defenders in the country had been "harassed and imprisoned.
John Glenn went up, came back and everybody was really excited about the start of the space age," recalls Gass, 53, who on that day went home and told his grandma he wanted to be in the rocket industry.
Gass literally takes us by the hand and introduces us to those who populate his nursing home.
Though Kyle Gass is endearing he clearly can't compete with Jack Black, so the film feels a bit one-sided.
But the boys -- Black and Gass co-wrote the movie with director Liam Lynch -- struggle to fill the movie's meandering 97-minute running time, leading to the impression that a little D goes a long way and that what makes the duo special -- it's the music, man -- is diluted when you fill a movie with overlong car chases and a caper plot involving a guitar pick.
Having been spurned by established woodworking machine manufacturers, Gass raised about $2 million in venture financing and began last fall producing circular tablesaws in Taiwan.
There's a similar magnetism in Nobody's Home: Candid Reflections of a Nursing Home Aide, by Thomas Edward Gass from Cornell University Press.
These include, but are not limited to, an understanding of group dynamics, an awareness of how psychology and motivation can affect actions, a flexible leadership style, effective communication skills, an empathetic nature, excellent problem-solving skills, a commitment to ethical behavior, and an ability to work under pressure (Priest & Gass 1997).
After discussing the litigation problems facing businesses of the 2lst century, and describing the costs, deciding factors and motivations of plaintiffs that envelop the backdrop of litigation, Gass presented 12 practical keys to preventing lawsuits.
A longtime insurance executive has established the Gass Co.