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trammeled

(ˈtræmlæd)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Collegiate.) Jim came home trammeled and was sick on the carpet.
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971) from 500 feet west of bridge over trammel creek extending east to 500 feet east of bridge over trammel creek (002b00051n) (mp 7.
Kirsta Trammel, 25, and her mom, Sherry Trammel-Schauls, 52, opened Balsamroot Boutique at Pybus at 3 N.
Eva Trammel and Gideon Cross are Sylvia Day's lead characters in her erotic "Crossfire" series.
A trammel is usually the best tool for the job, but there's only so much room in your toolbox.
The net confiscated by FWC officers at the boat ramp was a monofilament trammel net, with three panels, measuring 750 yards.
Unwilling to take Haller's advice, Trammel decides to perform her own form of foreclosure defense.
Trammel will continue as division manager of the company he started 22 years ago.
A recent study, however, compared fish catches in gill nets and trammel nets made of either green or white twisted nylon mesh.
In a speech for a Brooklyn city council position politician Bill Trammel speculates on the potential inevitability of deporting prospective terrorists.
The developer, a unit of real estate giant Trammel Crow Co.
If one of our machines goes down, it's a crisis for our customer until that machine is back in service," says Steve Trammel, North American Parts Center manager for Mazak Corporation, a global manufacturer of advanced machine tools.
Jackson joins Lauth after working as regional development manager with Hammes Company and vice president with Trammel Crow Healthcare Services.
Board members also questioned Dallas, Texas-based developer Trammel Crow's estimate of the net cost to the city: $18,545 annually after the developers paid property taxes estimated at more than $311,000.
CB Richard Ellis recently joined forces with Trammel Crow.
THE STORY: Seductive crime novelist Catherine Trammel (Stone) is back and living in London where she indulges in a little edgy sexual antics with druggie footballer Kevin Franks (Stan Collymore) which sees him dead and her in court.