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Centner

An obsolete measure of weight equivalent to 110 pounds.
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Centner noted that in May 2010 Enterprise Holdings announced that HTA will administer a video-toll-pass program called TollPass Automatic for the company's three car rental brands: Alamo Rent A Car, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and National Car Rental.
Centner added that motorists are not the only ones to benefit from TravelPass usage.
Simply put," said Centner, "here it is: MaterialNet.
Our Custom Procurement Platform technology allows such companies to maximize their resources," Centner explains.
Becoming part of the AAAAs is not just a coup for K2; it is a distinction that adds credibility and luster to our whole industry," said David Centner, CEO of K2 Design.
According to the program, the area of rice planting is planned to be increased to 10,000 hectares, and the productivity up to 40 centners per hectare in Azerbaijan.
fertilizer and Diesel fuel subsidies, loans and productive wheat varieties, the average crop yield in the region has grown to 30-35 centners
We have a goal to increase the yield to 25 centners per hectare in the next five years from the current 18 centners," Azimov said.
According to organizers, more than one and half centners of meat and vegetables, over kilometer of noodles were needed to prepare Laghman.