Wey


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Wey

A unit of dry volume equivalent to 30 bushels.
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Wey said a lot of that is due to the Rino International (OTC:RINO) accounting fraud.
Wey, who has previously worked with the General Secretary of the EC Cathrine Day, hired on her own the other members of Georgieva's cabinet, not taking a single one recommended from Sofia, the article said.
Pearly Wey is a course specialist but we had to take him out of the Stewards' Cup after it rained.
The River Wey is described as Surrey's best kept secret and the prettiest stretch is between Godalming at the most southerly end and Guildford, four miles downstream.
Wey, who has purchased 100 percent of the company and who is now owner and CEO, managing all facets of GRE activities worldwide.
Attention is especially focused on the "impure" graphic rhymes where words retaining the conservative spelling <ei>, as in wey, match items containing original <ai>, as in day.
Chomel BB, Mac Donald KA, Kasten RW, Chang CC, Wey AC, Foley JE, et al.
gov) Mary Toler (Battelle) (202) 646-7863 Jason Van Wey (MIT) (jmvw@mit.
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Hawaii risk seems pretty independent of other risks," agreed Mike Wey, vice president, underwriting, for State Farm Group, the leading homeowners insurer in the Hawaiian islands, with nearly 17% of the market in direct premium written in 2000, according to A.
Actually, her initial meeting with therapist Shannon Van Wey was far from promising.
Clancy, Wey, and Guinn (1984) found the perception of physicians' instructions not to return to work negatively affected how many individuals recovering from coronary bypass surgery actually returned to work.