Looney


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Loo·ney

(lū'nē),
Joseph M., 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Folin-Looney test.
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Looney is an experienced financial executive with a broad range of leadership roles at both offshore deepwater Gulf of Mexico and U.
Those issues were obscured in a $100 world, but they were brutally exposed in a $50 one," said Looney.
Emphasizing a wealth of adaptations, references and allusions to Dante in 19th- and 20th-century African American authors and auteurs, Looney confirms just how insistent a pulse the thematic and poetic vitalities of Dante's Commedia were and continue to be on African American cultures.
Mr Looney quit the party last week and is now an Independent councillor on South Dublin County Council.
In his newly acquired position, Looney will lead PartyLite's essential support services in Supply Chain and Technology as well as oversee the finance leaders throughout the organisation.
I was so excited to be cast in "Little Shop of Horrors,'' Looney said.
After the introduction, Looney arranges the book chronologically, using the label most commonly applied to black Americans during each time period.
Whereas younger poets--or, anyway, poets who haven't reconciled what they hope life is versus what it actually is--might be tempted to flavor the themes Looney addresses with grand observations and stirring epiphanies, Looney is content to allow his work a quieter wisdom.
According to Looney, credit union HR professionals should attend at least one employment law session a year and be aware of changes in labor laws.
Planned Looney Tunes-themed play areas in Taubman shopping centers could include other possible sponsors and a retail merchandising component.
Pat Looney and Mike Holland left the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) effective mid June and early July, respectively.