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Pert

(pûrt), Candace Beebe Born 1946.
American biochemist noted for her study of brain chemicals and the locations of their receptors.
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A pert smirk, and a hard glance of triumph, was Leonie's method of testifying her gratification; Eulalie looked sullen and envious--she had hoped to be first.
Her voice was gentle and childish, her tread light and soft as that of a cat:- but her manners more frequently resembled those of a pretty playful kitten, that is now pert and roguish, now timid and demure, according to its own sweet will.
As he was carried past they made pert remarks to him.
He perceived in the tavern a pert boy between twelve and fifteen years of age whom he fancied he had seen not twenty minutes before under the guise of a chorister.
There was nothing pert or flippant in her manner now, as when she walked with Mr.
Hardyman to speak favorably of me," she said, with a pert little laugh.
Peter was said to be; and discharged servant girls told fearsome tales of her temper and stinginess, and her family of pert, quarrelsome children.
The mantel's chastely severe outline was ingloriously veiled behind some pert drapery drawn rakishly askew like the sashes of the Amazonian ballet.
A PERT chart is a diagram with nodes representing tasks connected by directional links that represent dependencies.
The PERT trial is being conducted at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak MI, Geisinger Clinic in Danville PA, West Virginia University in Morgantown WV and three additional centres of excellence within the US.
In May 2014, Henkel acquired the Pert brand in Latin America from P&G.
Show Director Andrew Pert explains: "CABSAT is now disrupting the future delivery of content production, management and distribution.