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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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Corder Philips will handle research, strategic marketing consultation, creative development, interactive, and public relations activities for Distribution Technology.
Madiran, the wine made there mostly from Tannat, is, according to Prof Corder, just about the best drink possible ( as long as it's just a glass or two per day, enjoyed with food.
I am impressed with Corder Philips' strategic approach to public relations and its company-wide dedication to providing the highest level of client service," said Sandy Williamson, co-founder and CEO, CapTech.
She is planning to stay with Sadie and her own grandchildren - which is a good thing, since Sadie has just sacked her long-term weekend nanny, Pole Mina Corder.
A FAMILY are appealing for for the return of a cam corder containing footage of their daughter's birthday party.
Federal revenue will pay for about 80 percent of the project with the balance from local revenues including special developer fees, said city engineer Harry Corder, the project manager.
At different points in the season you play for different reasons and goals," said Vancouver first baseman Gordon Corder, whose two-run homer in the seventh inning put the Canadians ahead for good.
His analysis, with researcher Matthew Corder, shows that motorists would pay more to have their name on a registration plate.
Citizens Telephone Company was incorporated in 1908 and has served the areas of Higginsville, Corder, and Mayview, Missouri continuously for the better part of a century.
April 7, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Opera Carolina, the largest professional opera company in the Carolinas, has selected Corder Philips as its creative agency for its 2008/2009 operatic season.
decorative Gill Corder with one of her floral creations royal Camilla Parker Bowles
Prof Roger Corder said: "Most tests have been on healthy people.