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heft

Irish name for ovine illthrift.
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Many Muslims have moved to America and Canada just to benefit financially and do not contribute to society, Heft said.
Though Heft provides little empirical support for his claims, his cultural polemic highlights the need for a strong philosophy and theology of Catholic education that is all too often lost as school leaders face budget crises.
The subject of correlation doesn't come up as often as it should, Heft said.
I agree with some of his criticisms of Catholic scholarship," Heft said.
Prior to New Day, Heft also spent two years as Vice President/Client Advisor in Marsh's Environmental Practice, where he worked with large domestic and international Fortune 100 to middle market clients.
Heft, a member of the Society of Mary and the provost at the University of Dayton, came up with the idea for the cleansing as a way to reject KKK teachings.
Health watchdog Monitor slammed the leadership at HEFT and just a few days later chief executive Mark Newbold resigned.
The Savannah Option'' is intelligently written, but living term papers don't often carry much dramatic heft.
Mumby suggests that the young fish grow to several centimeters in length in sea grass beds and then hide in the mangroves to get some extra heft before they head to the reefs.
GUMBO: An Anthology of African American Writings all-star roster boasts more names than your little black book and rivals the Yellow Pages in heft.
We are delighted to have a professional with the experience and credentials that Laurel Heft brings to our team of audiologists," said Henry Smith, Founder and CEO of America Hears.
Jenny Heft scored the first three goals of the game for Notre Dame, which outshot UCLA 32-4 and forced Bruins goalkeeper Lindsay Culp to make 11 saves.