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Liard

A subdivision of the Austrian Netherlands kronenthaler, which circulated prior to 1794. There were 216 liards in a kronenthaler.
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The Liard Formation is mainly a calcite-cemented, fine- to medium-grained, well- to sub-rounded to sub-angular, 90 percent quartz arenite of marine shoreface origin (Hickin and others, 2010).
Chevron Canada Limited will acquire 110,000 net acres in the established Horn River Basin from Encana, EOG and Apache, and 212,000 net acres in the Liard Basin from Apache.
a sister, Gloria Liard of Woonsocket; two grandchildren, Richard and Cullen Grady; and a sister-in-law, Ruth Grady of Holden.
Martin Liard, inset, and Stephen Gallacher of Scotland were tied for second with Ireland.
Copper Fox holds title and a 100% working interest in a contiguous 21,025 hectares (51,954 acres) property located in north west British Columbia, Canada which includes the Schaft Creek deposit subject to certain royalty agreements, a 30% carried interest held by Liard Copper and an earn back option held by Teck Resources Limited (NYSE:TCK) (TSE:TCK.
Michael Liard, ABI's research director, said that adoption of RFID at the item level "parallels the course bar codes took about 30 years ago.
It offer support for sensors, data crypting and other useful functionalities (Norair, 2009; Liard, 2009; http://dash7.
3 percent of the total RFID market, with combined revenues of more than half a billion dollars," notes ABI's RFID practice director Michael Liard.
It's a technology whose time has come," says Mike Liard, research director for the RFID and Contactless Group at New York's ABI Research.
The opening of the Guangzhou facility is a great achievement for UPM Raflatac, establishing the company as a truly global inlay manufacturer," says Michael Liard, research director for RFID & Contactless at market research company ABI Research.
There had been a few surveys for moose and Dall's sheep (Ovis dalli) conducted in the 1980s shortly after the establishment of the all-season Liard Highway (Decker and Mackenzie 1980, Treseder and Graf 1985, Case 1989).
According to research director Michael Liard, "To a casual observer the five-year CAGR for the RFID market as a whole may not seem impressive at face value.