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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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Lamenting that even today there is a lack of appropriately dosed quality assured easy to administer drugs for children with TB, Dr Cherise Scott of TB Alliance told CNS, "TB Alliance has been working with other partners for making pediatric formulations of the current first line TB drugs.
The book is an introduction to a different world of schooling, but one full of recognisable elements found in British schools, such as the highly intelligent and bossy Cherise, who is obviously much more mature than her classmates.
But according to Cherise Luter of Bustle, her decision to take a break may be more than just for family matters.
SARASOTA EXOTIC CAR FEST Zoya Quinn, Tressa Murphy, James Taggert, Ensa Hall, Cherise Garner; Vivie and Jeff Porterfield
In this study on racial difference and identity in contemporary art, the art historian Cherise Smith does not shy away from an autobiographical stance--she purposefully identifies herself as the daughter of middle-class, mixed-race parents, whose white mother was mistakenly recognized as "that black girl who's trying to pass for white" (2).
Britni Ring had nine assists and digs each for the Bulldogs (5-4), and Cherise Kirkpatrick had four kills.
True blue: Sister Cherise Wallington with artwork by Kate Green (and below) at Queen Elizabeth Hospital's burns unit.
Teenagers Daniel Robinson, 17, Chloe Sargent, 16, Shannon Simon, 15, Aaron Fontenot, 16, and Cherise Smith, 18, are all members of the Tiber Steering Group, which aims to transform a five-acre former primary school site at Tiber Street, off Lodge Lane, into a centre for business, learning, performance, sports, arts, event, conference, and leisure activities.
As his outsider wife, the splendid Cherise Boothe offers widening eyes through which we can assess the truthfulness of Margie and Mike's competing reminiscences.
Peak Producers president Cherise Selley explains, "By keeping their impact local and focusing on two families, the group of 69 realtors hopes to make a significant difference in the lives of people who need a hand up and not a hand out.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is monitoring developments in Japan carefully and is specifically assessing the potential for radiological contamination associated with the ongoing impact of the earthquake and tsunami to Japan's nuclear facilities," said Customs Spokeswoman Cherise Miles.