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ends

1. n. money. (Streets.) You got enough ends to get you through the week?
2. n. shoes. (Streets.) You even got holes in your ends.
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Tight end Gabe Crecion is one of several players who redshirted last season and are expected to contribute immediately in '99.
The prototypical tight end, illustrated by former Westlake and current UCLA player Mike Seidman, is big, strong and graceful - one who stands 6-feet-5, weighs 250-or-so pounds and is capable of throwing a crushing block but also adept at catching passes and running with the ball.
A good tight end is a guy who is able to carry two guys on his back and one-hand a pass.
I am pleased to welcome resort industry veteran Mikhail Shamkin to the Bitter End family.
As General Manager of Bitter End Yacht Club, Shamkin will oversee all aspects of the resort, from financial management to employee administration to on-going development of the guest experience.
In addition, Bitter End amenities include an on-site sailing school, regularly scheduled snorkeling excursions, kiteboarding, Spa at Bitter End, two restaurants, on-site bakery, dive shop, the Emporium (provisioning), Bitter End Outfitters (vacation gear), shops, freshwater pool and several private beaches.
Ron Barnes, Coronation Cups and Jam Jars: A Portrait of an East End Family through Three Generations (London, 1976): 81-82.
See the discussion in Tony Kushner, "Jew and Non-Jew in the East End of London: Towards an Anthropology of 'Everyday' Relations," in Outsiders & Outcasts: Essays in Honour of William J.
These communities were most powerful, and most enduring, in poor urban neighborhoods like the East End.
TREMONT: One of the greatest needs is to capitalize on the true synergies between functional and process wet end chemistries, to bridge the gap of technical knowledge with a focused commercial understanding.
To remain competitive and survive in this business, both papermakers and suppliers must drive the need for new functional wet end paper chemicals that meet customer demands for innovative paper and board products.
SCHMITT: The greatest need in wet end chemistry is dependent on the goals of the papermaker and the grade of paper produced.
First and foremost, end consumer input requires an organized and disciplined process for product innovation (see: http://www.
That is, all Tier 1 suppliers who have "gray box" or "black box" design responsibility should have a robust system for end consumer research in each of their key component areas.
But end consumer research is not only for the large Tier 1 systems integrators.