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Seer

1. An obsolete Sri Lankan unit of volume approximately equivalent to 1.024 liters.

2. An obsolete unit of mass in India and elsewhere approximately equivalent to one kilogram.

3. An obsolete unit of mass in Afghanistan approximately equivalent to seven kilograms.
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For her upcoming Sharjah Art Foundation exhibition opening on November 1, Seers is on the lookout for people in the UAE to entwine their biography into the film.
The technologies that enable increasing SEER ratings are those that reduce the total energy input required for a given cooling capacity, e.
In addition to these technology improvements, larger outdoor coils enable lower condensing temperature, increasing both the EER and SEER.
In sum, Flower presents a compelling and imaginative reconstruction of ancient Greek divination through the person and perceptions of the seer.
Seers then allegedly returned to his house and kicked his wife as she bled to death saying: "Die you f***ing bitch.
Seers said he lost control when his wife returned home for a visit and threatened he would never see his children again.
Using books, letters, diaries, and circulars written by literate believers, Christian shows how promoters like Antonio Amundarain, Carmen Medina, Manuel Irurita, Magdalena Aulina, Padre Burguera, Raymond de Rigne, and their seers create new religious meaning for society.
The holy mode that caught the imagination of the Basque seers by January of 1932 was that of passive sacrifice in mimic crucifixions.
Recognizing the large energy saving potential of energy-efficient capacity modulation, the DOE energy test procedure (1) for residential central air conditioners includes a variable speed test and SEER calculation procedure.
The SEER is determined by a bin analysis (Table 1), where the individual bin cooling capacity and energy input for each ambient temperature bin is determined by interpolating between five test points.
The SEER program collects information about all newly diagnosed cancer (incident) cases in populations within defined geographic areas.
These years were selected as it allowed us to use an established link between Medicare enrollment data and persons in SEER.