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Chow

An obsolete Indian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 0.389 grams.
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Ethnic media are really important because often new immigrants "don't know English, and they should know what happens in the city," Chow says.
Chow omits some of the important underlying political incentives that greatly influence the behavior of economic actors.
Chow will oversee marketing for all Sears retail formats, including Sears full-line stores and Sears Essentials, its midsized, off-mall growth vehicle.
A significant problem with the Loerke, Jones, and Chow (1999) article is that the results of the paper are obvious without needing to conduct any analyses.
Egan maintained he did not know Chow by name, but the stewards found the jockey "guilty of an improper practice in that the evidence he provided to the inquiry was not in accordance with the facts and calculated to mislead the stewards".
Chow, the coach, the recruiter, the mentor, was staying.
A reply to Loerke, Jones, and Chow (1999) on the "psychometric benefits" of linked items.
Chow and his colleagues reported in the April JOURNAL OF DENTAL RESEARCH that the experimental two-rinse system remineralized teeth better than an ordinary sodium fluoride rinse containing the same concentration of fluoride.
The campaign, which spans communications, digital and packaging, uses employee stories to remind pet owners how Dog Chow is made with high-quality ingredients and crafted by hard-working people like Nick right here in the USA.
The Pak Loh Chiu Chow menu for Dragonair draws on the restaurant s secret recipes and culinary craftsmanship.
In 2010, SuAn Chow introduced the first upscale gourmet food truck to the Salt Lake Valley.
COMEBACK kid Tim Chow has performed one great escape and now wants another after helping fire Wigan to a first home win since August.