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(snī'dĕr),
Marshall L., U.S. microbiologist, 1907-1969. See: Snyder test.
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Swords-and-sandals is a deadly serious genre,'' says Snyder, who directed the successful 2004 remake of George Romero's classic zombie movie ``Dawn of the Dead.
Originally intended, according to Snyder, "as a smashed pumpkin field meant to symbolize Iraq," the work evolved into a dramatic metaphor for the no longer fertile crescent between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.
Snyder and his colleagues had previously shown that neural stem cells are drawn to brain tumors and areas of a brain injured by stroke.
That water loss "is not acceptable when you live in the desert," Snyder says.
Snyder's early essays on dramatic structure in Romeo and Juliet and Othello are landmark studies that argue for Shakespeare's manipulation of comic and tragic laws: in Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare establishes a "comedy-into-tragedy" design in which comic elements like Friar Laurence and the Nurse become irrelevant in a tragedy governed by love's urgent dimension; as well, Snyder informs us that Othello's construction is based on the typical comic conventions that Shakespeare unpacks for their tragic implications.
The "task-oriented" EMU is part of "making Navy medicine more expeditionary," Snyder explained, by "getting our medical professionals farther forward, faster, to be able to deal with the combat casualties closer to the point of injury as we possibly can.
Under those neutrality requirements, Snyder should be allowed to offer his prayer.
I would like to thank and acknowledge the contributions of the authors of the articles included in this issue Pat Akos, Keith Anderson, Sheri Bauman, April Davis, Lia Falco, David Feldman, Jan Fontaine, Glenn Lambie, Ginger MacDonald, Amy Milsom, Kevin Rand, Laurie Rokutani, Bill Rowley, Karen Seabolt, Jean Shen, Hal Shorey, Jason Siegel, Chris Sink, Jeremy Sullivan, Gerald Szymanski, Rick Snyder, Chuck Thompson, Nilah Wright, and Jamie Yarbrough.
Snyder, NIPAD'S director since 1993, served as assistant director of the National Endowment for the Arts Dance Program from 1987 to 1993.
Snyder delineates the impact of human behavior that takes the natural world for granted as a hardware store, a lumber yard, to be used and exploited.
Snyder was instrumental in assembling the 50-acre parcel on which Allendale Corporate Park was developed.
After Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder spoke his views on pro sports and race before a Washington, D.