Peppin

Peppin

famous strain of Australian merino sheep.
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House Speaker Kurt Daudt, R-Crown; Majority Leader Joyce Peppin, R-Rogers; and Minority Leader Melissa Hortman.
Surveying most streets would be "a major exercise", said Tim Peppin, the WLGA's sustainable development director.
Peppin, Dictionary of British book illustrator in the twentieth century, London, 1983.
I don't determine a course of action until I've gotten a lot of feedback from a broad array of people," says Minnesota House Majority Leader Joyce Peppin (R).
Vaughan, Rosie Peppin (2013), "Complex Collaborations: India and International Agendas on Girls' and Women's Education, 1947-1990," International Journal of Educational Development 33(2): 118-129.
Comparative productivity and grazing behaviour of Huacaya alpacas and Peppin Merino sheep grazed on annual pastures.
Joyce Peppin suggested closer legislative oversight of the Minnesota State High School League after its approval in early December of a policy letting transgender athletes play on teams that best align with their gender identity.
Peppin, a king of the Franks who was eager to establish Roman practice in France, asked the byzantine Emperor Constantius V for an organ fit for the service of the Church.
Tim Peppin, the Welsh Local Government Association's director of regeneration and sustainable development, warned the change could also result in lower recycling rates among residents.
18) For a list of all provincial/territorial health care consent legislation, see Patricia Peppin, "Informed Consent" in Jocelyn Downie, Timothy Caulfield & Colleen M Flood, eds, Canadian Health Law and Policy, 4th ed (Markham: LexisNexis, 2011) 115 at 188-189 [Peppin], Alberta: Personal Directives Act, RSA 2000, c P-6.
Patricia Peppin, "Justice and Care: Mental Disability and Sterilization Decisions" (1989-1990) 6 Can Hum Rts YB 65 at 81.
Christopher Peppin, Monica Pettit, Chayanne Phillips, Katherine Potter, Peyton Pruett, Adrianna Roberts, Maritza Rodriguez, Kiah Sampson,