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Sly

(slī),
William S., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Sly syndrome.
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The New Owner's desire to limit or restrict the Seller's use of the property during the term of the lease can be an important issue for the slier, particularly in the retail context.
But of course, no one can be slier or baser than Netanyahu.
At least five people have been injured, while the building has been partially destroyed, RT's Paula Slier reports.
Todd Slier is a visual artist, author, educator, and consultant, who for the past three decades has been exploring the nature of the human mind and the creative process: how we think, create, learn, invent, innovate, and communicate.
Development and change in the Lakes Region doesn't have to overwhelm the small- town feel and summer resort character of our communities if we plan carefully," said Maggie Slier of the alliance, and one of the speakers at the Aug.
Baucom and colleagues attempted to examine whether cognitive restructuring and emotional processing would enhance behavioral marital therapy (Baucom, Sayers, & Slier, 1990).