Streeter


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(strē'tĕr),
George L., U.S. embryologist, 1873-1948. See: Streeter developmental horizon (s).
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There were times that were difficult, I think, but my dad never talked about them," Kurt Streeter said.
Streeter says the ways and means of using alternative data is becoming a hot topic among the hedge fund clients he advises.
Obviously when people hear the title, they think of the Angelina Jolie movie," Streeter said, referencing the 1999 psychological drama Girl, Interrupted .
Given the recent media announcements about Streeter Associates' acquisition deal with the Elmira City School District, The Finn Academy Board of Trustees and Streeter Associates decided to announce their plan to work closely in the event that the voters approve the deal to sell the building.
Streeter previously was managing director, fund investments & advisory, at Babson Capital Management, where she led private equity fund and equity co-investments on behalf of MassMutual.
She was the wife of Harlan Streeter, to whom she was married for 52 years.
And the ladies prize was claimed by Stratford's Isobel Ollis, Ileen Fisher and Kay Garman who teamed up with Right, Jasper Carrott gets set to tee off; far right, Paul Streeter receives his prize from Steve Smith of Murphy Salisbury.
Grandad TrevorFrancis Streeter, 38, has passed his name on to little Trevor-Francis Streeter, aged just nine-and-half months - meaning he shares both his name and a talent for dribbling with the Blues and England legend.
Town started to take control and dominate their opponents and Brighouse should have taken the lead on 15 minutes when Danny Nadiole sent Tom Mathews through on goal, the Town striker went round Streeter only for the pitch to rob him of the opening goal when the Brighouse striker lost his footing on the heavy pitch and sent his shot went wide.
Libbey's well-known brand equity and rich consumer heritage have been hallmarks of the company which we intend to build upon," Streeter told HFN.
Recognizing how discourses of the Internet have directed the creation and use of the technology, Streeter invites us to look specifically at the consequences of two dominant paradigms in the field of study: the utilitarian and control paradigm, and the expressive and identity paradigm.
Streeter was a longtime Eugene resident who died April 27 of lung cancer at the age of 76.