... a rudder to steer the ship, the Institute wasn't allowed to pick its leader. It had Rob as president, but there was no ... You give them all a conviction, and you ensure you pick people with heart, but put the pieces in place to create read more...

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Trustee Panel Discussion 2012 February 06, 2013

... It's not just what we wake up to every morning when we pick up the newspaper or turn on the news. Panel Part 2 [00:00 ... -------------------[00:08:38.21] Bruce You know I'd like to pick up on on the whole idea about science, ah, because you know read more...

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... there would be no representative vibration that could be picked up so that one could think of a given thi ng. All of ... out. Thus the air strata become the sounding boards that pick up and r eflect these vibrations just as they pick up and read more...

A Talk with John Fetzer August 29, 1986

... is now reality. Practically every scientific magazine we pick up today talks in some way about "the body electric. " read more...

... have been surrounding us. What we are trying to do is to pick up the things that can be legitimate ties, and bring them read more...

... the same thing the doctor ordered. By morning, my heart had picked up, and she called [the doctor] on the phone, and he said ... on the table. You'd tune one violin, and tune this one and pick the string on this one, and this one over here— KP: read more...

... a feather bed, one dresser, dried cherries and one crock of pickles. John Wenger (A2228) received one smoothing iron, one ... dishes, a lamp, one waffle iron, a tea set and one crock of pickles. Finally, Isaac Gilbert (A22233) received one churn and read more...

... a page with the name Fetzer indicated in the top corner, I picked it up only to find that there were at least twenty-five ... in 1840 married Jacobina Sherebrand. They lived in Hocking, Pickaway, Henry and Fulton Counties, Ohio. Anna Mary Fetzer in read more...

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