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Ratti

A customary Indian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 0.12125 grams.
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Committee would be traveling from the starting point of the Western route from Gwadar to Ratto Dero, a strip of 670 km to inspect the Western route.
It should be extended to other areas including Ratto Dero, Quetta and Zhob to benefit the locals by improving the communication infrastructure.
Both subjects are explored in fascinating detail by DelDonna, drawing as before on a wide range of primary and secondary sources as well as a number of key works: these include Guglielmi's brilliant 1788 Azione Sacra, Debora e Sisara (to a libretto by Sernicola), Niccolo Piccini's Gionata (1792), and Vicente Martin y Soler's ballets Il ratto delle Sabine (1780) and La belle Arsene (1781).
This problem is frequently compounded by projects undertaken by multiple agents working in teams (Burgess and Ratto 2003:287-90).
Third overall was Rossella Ratto (Estadio de Mexico-Faren), while Armitstead (Boels-Dolmans) withdrew prior to the start of Sunday's final stage after battling illness all week.
Vos is 22 seconds ahead of Italy's Rosella Ratto and half a minute in front of Great Britain's Lizzie Armitstead, who missed the chance to gain ground yesterday.
The Giant-Shimano rider stretched out his advantage in the general classification, beating Roberto Ferrari and Daniele Ratto at the line.
Family sources of Maqsood Qureshi told this scribe that Qureshi had gone to Maher in connection with long march and was on his way back to Ratto Dairo when he went missing.
The 2012 Olympic gold medallist attacked decisively on the final ascent of Via Salviati to pull away from her rivals while Sweden's Emma Johansson won the sprint for second from Italy's Rosella Ratto.
bet365 - women's road race: 11-10 M Vos, 11-2 E Longho Borghini, 13-2 E Johansson, 11 E Stevens, 17 E van Dijk, 20 L Armitstead, R Ratto, 22 G Bronzini, A van der Breggen, L Villumsen, 25 T Guderso, 28 bar.
Efficacia protettiva da danno ossidativi di frazioni polifenoliche da Cynara scolymus in epatociti di ratto.
Carlos Ratto, Cetip's Commercial and Products Executive Officer of Securities and Marketing and Communications Executive Officer said, "A growing fixed income market requires evolution to become more responsive and efficient.