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An obsolete Dutch unit of weight roughly equivalent to 2,000 kilograms.

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Community outreach will begin with the Miami-Dade College commencement ceremonies on April 29th, where MDX will have an interactive booth set up and will pass out t-shirts printed with a Quick Response (QR) code that, when scanned with a Smartphone, will take people directly to the website where they can watch The Last Word.
It really is a recreation of The Last Word, which Eamon hosted on Today FM.
After the announcement of his resignation Dunphy said: "What can I say about The Last Word that hasn't been said already?
CD4 is not expected to be the last word in AIDS treatment, and other work suggests it may be more effective in combination with other treatments, such as zidovudine (AZT), which interrupts viral replication inside the cell.
NASDAQ:DISK), a leading independent licensee, producer and distributor of home entertainment programming in North America, announced today that it has entered into a North American distribution agreement with The Last Word LLC to acquire the North American home video and digital rights to the romantic comedy "The Last Word.
This is a very important--and expensive--word, but clearly not the last word on this inscription.
But, at least on Friday, the Ducks had the last word as Kariya's star replacement, Sergei Fedorov, scored with 45 seconds left in the third period and Niclas Havelid scored with 1:21 left in overtime for a shocking 4-3 Ducks victory in front of 17,174 at the Pond.
Ruhrmann said that the last word now rests with the governments of the European Union.
I have peered into the future, and can tell you that the last word ever spoken will in fact be "crenellated.
Instead of cozily sized, determinedly modernist paintings selected by one curator, the second act, chosen by a squadron led by now former Whitneyite Lisa Phillips, includes everything from a barnful of canvases by the AbExers short-shrifted in Part I to the last word in installation.
For example, the two phrases "The best prize is a surprise" and "I could be the next Obama" both appeared truncated when sent via iMessage, especially when the message was sent with an extra space left at the end of the last word.
But perhaps the last word belongs to Isaiah 58:6-7, 10.