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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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Biocartis, a molecular diagnostics company, announces today that Ulrik Cordes has joined the company as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO).
If it goes systemic, then it can cause destruction of blood cells and various other effects that can, in extreme cases, lead to death by kidney failure or renal failure," Cordes relates.
This heavy responsibility has many related issues that Cardinal Cordes investigates.
Mari Cordes, RN gave a slide show of her trip to Haiti where she participated in the earthquake relief effort.
The extraordinary admission from Dr Eckhard Cordes came as he confirmed he had no plans to sell the Metro-owned business, which reported pretax losses of [pounds sterling]26.
Elles ont presente dans la premiere partie Quatuor a cordes en fa majeur K.
Postman John Burke, who also appeared on University Challenge, is accused of attacking Uwe Cordes after the German's wife complained about Burke's car blocking their garage last September.
DANIEL CORDES, a carpenter from Morden in London, is clinging on to his lead in the Totesport/Racing Post Ten to Follow, with a top prize of nearly pounds 450,000, as the competition, which finishes on Saturday, enters its final stages, writes Melissa Jones.
Eckhard Cordes told a press conference in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Cordes has been elected a director and a member of the Audit Committee of Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP's general partner.
Cordes offers the Stair-Clamp Model 10 automatic box stair assembly damp.