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Tong

An ancient Indian unit of area approximately equivalent to 1/32 hectare.
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Tong is standing by a bare bunk bed with her suitcase in hand as music begins to play.
The single most important thing is to protect Hong Kong's anti-corruption practice," Tong told reporters.
The addition of Tong Lunga[euro](tm)s residential lockset business will allow Spectrum Brands to diversify HHIa[euro](tm)s supply chain and expand its distribution channels, which is seen to result in immediate new growth opportunities, it said.
But OE parts customers have been switching orders in the international market, benefitting Tong Yang with more business from global automakers or first-tier parts vendors.
Last night, Tong refused to apologise, and instead used the attention to shamelessly beg for a date with model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
Hong Kong-born Tong - who appeared on Big Brother in 2009 and was later accused of a sex assault - revealed on Twitter that he was launching diet pills and wanted to promote "managed anorexia'.
2 March 2010 - Korea Ratings (KR) said it assigned a BBB- issuer credit rating (ICR), with a "stable" outlook, to local Tong Yang Financial Services Corp.
The CEO should not give Tong Tong special privileges as this would be unfair to the rest of the 64 workers who were retrenched too.
Instead of FUBAR's long-haired hosers who drink beer all the time and only talk about partying, in Pete Tong we get a cooler-looking guy who gets wasted all the time and only talks about partying.
More recently, dredge stock assessments have been supplemented by annual patent tong surveys based on a stratified random sampling design.
The letters from Tong - written when he was serving in France - were concealed within a secret compartment in the Chiffonier.