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Montenegrin Perper

The currency of Montenegro between 1906 and 1918. It was replaced by the Yugoslav dinar when Montenegro became part of Yugoslavia following World War I.
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The university center, collectively with future residential spaces including the recently announced Mary and Harold Perper Residence Hall, will bring together academics, housing and the overall student experience to drive engagement and create a gathering place for future generations.
If children born into poverty do not perform well in school, they are more likely to drop out and consequently fare poorly in the job market (Halle, Ferry Hair, Perper, Wandner, Wessel, & Vick, 2009).
The controversy led one former board member, Laurie Perper, to suggest on The Michelangelo Signorile Show that it might be time to dissolve GLAAD.
Perper K and Manlove J, Estimated Percentage of Females Who Will Become Teen Mothers: Differences Across States, Child Trends, 2009, <http://www.
Sudden death is defined as any unexpected death that occurs within minutes to 24 hours following the onset of symptoms (Talbott, Kuller, Perper, & Murphy, 1981).
Scott Perper, managing partner, said, 'Pamlico's path to becoming an independent firm is a natural step in the evolution of our business as we look toward future growth.
O'Fallon, Missouri, said that eSign automation eliminated 90 percent of document-related note errors in Fannie Mae's HomeSaver Advance[TM] and improved pull-through rates by 8 perper cent to 15 percent while reducing cycle time from 10 days to an average of 2.
Dr Joshua Perper, who led the probe into the drug death of Anna Nicole Smith, believes the star's toxicology report will NOT produce the damning evidence needed to bring manslaughter charges.
The third section, "Animalization," also arguably features the strongest essay in the entire collection, "The Education of Desire: Futari etchi and the Globalization of Sexual Tolerance," by Timothy Perper and Martha Cornog.
Scott, Erum Ikramullah, Kate Perper, and Emily Lilja, "Relationship Context and the Transition to a Nonmarital Birth.