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rake

a grooming instrument, used to comb through thick mats in the haircoat of dogs.
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In addition to the products listed in the catalog, special programs are offered throughout the year for specialty crops that include Fall Garden Chrysanthemums from Raker and Barone, Poinsettias from Raker, an Exclusive 51 Strip Vegetable Program, and Prefinished Programs from Pleasant View and Barone.
Accessing all information on a member via the credit union's mainframe will be the only way to effectively cross sell, Raker said.
Note following percentages for lower-limb gill raker counts: M arguni (88% with 8-9), M magna (60% with 8-9), and M mbuta (100% with 10-11).
With experience on brands such as Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, National Golf Foundation, Expedia, Royal Caribbean, Merck, Herman Miller, Whole Foods Market, SCOR Golf, The Steakhouse, Health Decisions, Morton's, and Nielsen, Raker Goldstein will make an excellent addition to The CHR family.
Dentinal tubes, originating along the outer margin of the pulp cavity, penetrate a thick layer of pallial dentine, which, with the exception of the basal attachment surface, covers the entire gill raker.
Each field was roped lengthwise with string, so that each raker had his or her own "rick" in which to operate.
To get people back into empty churches, it will take more than talk about "the poor" and "a poor church," Raker said, and she fears that at 76, Francis may be too old to see that change through.
The Transformer Rail can handle three different types of bracing with one rail including; fixed rail, roller rail and angled raker bracing--simply change the hardware fittings, not the rail.
Parish Nurse Janet Raker instructs Pastors of local churches in CPR
In the Nov/Dec 2010 issue, Ruth Raker, Panama City Beach, Florida, asked about semi-hard deposits on her tonsils-a problem that dentists call tonsillar stones and sometimes dislodge while using a topical anesthetic.
This paper deals with the small ossicles such as bony platelets, scutes, tubercles, prickles, ossified sensory line segments, oral and branchial denticles and ossified gill raker tubercles of the cottoid families Cyclopteridae and Liparidae of the Baltic Sea.
Open Matches are scheduled for The Oaks, Woodlands, Carp Vale and Raker Lake, while the final match in the Whittle Dene Spring Series takes place.