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Niki Alexander, counselor of runaway teens at the Open Palms Shelter, becomes involved in the investigation into the murder of a young woman from Mexico when Barky, a runaway, finds the woman's body near a small boy hiding behind a dumpster.
Wolff's military career begins auspiciously, as he discovers that he is "hardy and capable" and that he possesses "command presence," which he ironically describes as "arrogance, an erect posture, a loud, barky voice" (IPA 47, 50).
Sometimes, a child who seems to be much better during the day can go on to have a recurrence of the barky cough and stridor the following night.
A couple of barky terriers in life vests stuck to the shallow end.
Mothers were able to distinguish between various types of coughs, such as barky coughs, low coughs, wet coughs, and wheezes.
For each pallet inspected, a decision was made whether the pallet had at least one occurrence of bark or barky defect, was free of bark and barky defects, or had something too difficult to call.
He takes them across the country, looking for 20 items in each scene plus one item that doesn't belong and a Barky Beaver bonus challenge at the end of the book.
In fact, my original allusion to the SS Minnow is misleading: that ship, after all, ran aground on a desert island, a fate which I do not foresee for either this barky particularly, nor the fleet collectively.
Marjorie, high-strung and barky as a Shih Tzu, never honors requests to view the modern art collection she and her late father accrued--especially the Hopper, which is pointedly hung away from audience view.
When using it in recipes always strip off the leaves from the barky stem and chop very finely to extract as much flavour as possible.
Would the Spotty Dogs do better fielding Barky, Ben and Butch as their candidates in an attempt to ensure that they appear in a group?
In the first installment, Springtime In Greenland (1981), Nick lives at home with his parents, his sister, and the family dog, Barky.
Characteristic Viral Croup Epiglottitis Age 3 months to 5 years Any age Organism Viral H influenzae Incidence Common Rare Clinical Gradual, mild, barky Sudden onset, presentation cough, low fever drooling, sitting forward, high fever Physical exam Respiratory distress, Toxic appearance, inspiratory stridor "hot potato voice" Radiographic AP projection, Lateral projection, projection and steeple sign thumb sign associated sign Treatment Humidification, Epiglottitis protocol racemic epinephrine
He didn't bark or anything, which surprised me because he is a very barky dog.