Streeter


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Street·er

(strē'tĕr),
George L., U.S. embryologist, 1873-1948. See: Streeter developmental horizon (s).
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She was the wife of Harlan Streeter, to whom she was married for 52 years.
Our greatest strength is the U-Haul Team members who work here," Streeter explained.
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.
Streeter was a longtime Eugene resident who died April 27 of lung cancer at the age of 76.
It's about that information giving the defendant an illegal advantage over investors in the stock market," the New York Daily News quoted Streeter, as saying to jurors.
Mr Streeter was previously executive chef at the two Michelin-starred venues - River Restaurant at Dart Marina and The Vineyard at Stockcross.
West Wales, central Scotland, Devon, Cornwall, Kent, Lincolnshire and the Midlands were worst affected, Streeter added.
9) Scholars of early Christian history did not miss this link either, even though they were largely hostile to both contemporary Theosophists and ancient "Gnostics"; for example, Streeter understood ancient Gnostics as theosophical.
Streeter suggests, Thomas Jefferson wanted education of the masses, but did he want law school for the masses?