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An obsolete Indian unit of dry volume equivalent to one liter.
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1) The designation "Gulf War era II" was developed in consultation with the Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.
The Buffalo hand-billing alerted holiday shoppers that Foot Locker and New Era both have a troubling record on discrimination.
Indeed, Salvatore's book suggests that it is time to reevaluate the nature of caudillo politics in the post-independence era and to link them to the Atlantic world of republican and revolutionary politics to which they belong.
In many ways, community oriented policing has combined the strengths of each of the cycles that have come before: the community awareness of the old era, the attention to detail and to the mission of the professional era, and the willingness to reach out and think creatively of the innovation era.
The ERA was first introduced to Congress in 1923, three years after women earned the right to vote.
If you have to get the job done," explains Johnson, "all you have to do is make one call to Era.
The first wave of wealth creation was in the agricultural era, when accounting focused on the balance sheet.
None of those interviewed identified with those they called "women's libbers' who were "trying to shove the ERA down their throats.
Hwang told a huge crowd of professionals in the field of device technology at the Hilton San Francisco Hotel, "The approaching era of electronics technology advancement - the Fusion Era - will be massive in scope, encompassing the fields of information technology (IT), bio-technology (BT), and nano-technology (NT) and will create boundless opportunities for new growth to the semiconductor industry.
March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ERA Real Estate, a global franchising leader, today announced that LBH National Corp.
It is an exciting time at New Era, the launch of the company's first Flagship store is a definitive step into the company's future," said New Era's Director of Retail Sid Dey.