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Sip·ple

(sip'ĕl),
John H., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Sipple syndrome.
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Douglas Sipple is a former teacher who left the classroom for an appointment from the U.S.
Regina guessed that her ex-husband, Donald Sipple, one of the Republican Party's most successful political consultants, would do everything in his considerable power to portray her as a bad mother who didn't deserve custody of their son.
Contract award: Construction of Spatial Information System of the District Lukowski - Sipple.
The winner of a brand-new Chevrolet Sonic was Walter Sipple, director of the Naval Brig from Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Karraker, CCS, resident coordinator supervisor, Kalamazoo Probation Enhancement Program Inc., Kalamazoo, Mich., Walter Sipple, CCM, CCE, (became dual certified) director of parole and release, Navy Consolidated Brig, U.S.
"You need to be a top-five national team to win the (Class 3A) state meet," said Downers North coach John Sipple, who had to surrender the team title to WW South over the weekend.
Walter Sipple, CCM, Parole and Release Department head, Navy Consolidated Brig, U.S.
Others such as Matt Moravec -- seventh in the 3A 3,200 last spring -- give coach Eric Buhot and distance coach John Sipple plenty of nice lineup problems.
1: Danny Sipple Fundraiser Car Show, Hanover Park Train Station, 1975 W.
Sipple, "High strength self-compacting foam concrete.
Great-West Financial said Monday that Scott Sipple has been named president of Great-West Investments, and that Michael Wands will succeed Sipple as head of Global Investment Strategies at Putnam Investments.
Equation (1) represents an s-shaped curve (White, Sipple, & Greiner, 2004) whose values range from 0 to 1 (probability).