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heister

(ˈhɑɪstɚ)
n. a drunkard, who lifts or heists drinks. Two old heisters were lifting drink after drink and tossing them down.
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The laser tells the operator where it wants to rip it, and he can agree or disagree," said Lome Nittle, a co-founder of Heister who oversees production.
After negotiations between the EPA and Desler over EPA access to the site, Heister says he now has permission to take asbestos samples from the site as long as he provides part of the sample to Desler.
The gels would allow the military to better control rockets because motors running on gelled fuels could be throttled up and down and controlled more precisely than conventional rockets that use solid propellants, Heister said.
And then Cooke, in the most exciting match of the evening, pushed the Dutch captain to deuce in the fifth and a match point before Heister forced the fixture into the decider.
Moreover, in a recent study (Sluiter, Frings-Dresen, Van der Beek, Meijman, & Heister kamp, 2000), slower recovery after work was found in a group with both mental and physical work demands as compared with groups with only physical or only mental work demands.
Research has demonstrated the importance of human care as a central focus of nursing (Brown, 1986; Cronin & Harrison, 1988; Gaut, 1983; Griffin, 1983; Leininger, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1986; Mayer, 1987; McNamara, 1995; Riemen, 1986; Valentine, 1989a, 1989b; Watson, 1979; Watson 1988a, 1988b, 1988c; Watson, Burckhardt, Brown, Bloch, & Heister, 1979; Wolf, Giardino, Osborne, & Ambrose, 1994).
Only two or three of those projects run into problems, which are quickly corrected through intervention and renegotiation, according to Earl Heister, director of the IS&E group.
BILLIE HEISTER WALDO, MS, RN, is Vice President of Product Marketing, McKessonHBOC, a Fortune 40 health care supply management and information technology company.
Such a propulsion system would provide an alternative to today's nonrenewable hydrocarbon fuels that are processed from crude oil, Heister said.
In Illinois about 81% of the land area is currently used for agriculture (Neely and Heister, 1987); 50% of the land area is covered by row crops (primarily corn, Zea mays, and soybeans, Glycine max).
Don Heister has the same problem year in and year out.
Wiesenhof, Wild Heister, Wolff Vlees, Woodhead Bros, Wylick, Yggeseth, Zimbo, Zoavicolo del Piave, Zwanenberg,
Those nurses include: Sue Whitty (Dubuque), Nan Ambrosy (Waterloo), Colleen Brems (Iowa City), Betty Lord Dinan (Elkader), Ginny Wangerin (Clive), Raelle Heister (Dubuque), Lynn Colberg (East Moline), Lisa Caffery (Davenport), Robin Carmichael (Brooklyn), Pam Deichmann (Winterset), Deb Gingrich (Cedar Falls), Sharon Guthrie (Cedar Rapids), Rosemary Holland (Des Moines), Lynne Himmelreich (Oxford), Mary Kovarna (Merrill), Rhonda Price (Solin), Teri Schloss (Winthrop), Kristi Schroeder (Fort Madison), and Carol Chesterman (Peosta).
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