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aerophobia, anemophobia.
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Many steady beer drinkers are more interested in what is on draft than what is in the bottle so checking the taps--whether for an old favorite, or something new--is so natural it's practically a reflex for many.
However, for the last three or four months I have noticed that my saved drafts are being deleted.
The true drafts are huge horses reaching 19 hands (6.
It's definitely going to be different from what it was,'' said Dodgers scouting director Logan White, who runs the club's drafts.
The feedback given to students is an important part of the process, but many teachers question how much of their feedback students attend to on the various drafts they submit.
On March 19, 2001, counsel for Trigon requested drafts of the reports from the United States' testifying experts because they had not been produced with the final reports, even though:
The authors think Richard Tremblay of the firm for his invaluable comments on earlier drafts of this article.
They paid particular attention to Pope John XXIII's encyclical letter, Pacem in Teris (1963), and to drafts of the Council's Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modem World (1965), two documents CPFers felt called Catholics to work for peace.
The December meeting, held in San Diego, CA, considered several potential IP storage drafts.
The group also uncovered evidence that drafts of the standards were shipped back and forth between Hill, Willis and Steve Abrams, another board member who opposes evolution.
Differences in the two exposure drafts to be reviewed during the comment periods include:
Our counsel's office usually turned the drafts around overnight, although the staff often had to work all night to do that.