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Scheepslast

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

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Lastly, net income not distributed at the time of the wife's death was to be added to the trust principal.
Lastly, computer integration throughout the business world is a reality that EAP professionals must accept.
Lastly, the political instability caused by the World Trade Center/Pentagon attacks will likely aggravate an already fragile economy.
And lastly, some of the negative reactions to the asynchronous conference may be a result of how the faculty used the conference as part of their course design, rather than the conference itself.
Lastly, I wished for a clearer picture of Horton's emerging literacy.
Under the present system, members agree the minutes of the last meeting, hear the Lord Mayor's announcements, changes to membership of committees and appointments to outside bodies, followed by notices of motion, petitions, committee reports and lastly, oral questions.
Lastly, Halizcer noted that the use of the closed confessional box, which was introduced during the Counter-Reformation, came very late to the churches on the Canaries islands and on the island of Mallorca.
Lastly, Best will review the terms of the management agreement between Home Holdings and Risk Enterprise Management Limited, a subsidiary of Zurich, that will manage the operations of Home Holdings, including the run-off of Home Insurance's business.
Lastly, flake is twice blended before entering an Instamelt extruder from Permian Research Corp.
Lastly, the Outlook considers the ongoing informal SEC investigation and grand jury subpoena issued by the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York related to the company's timing of historical stock option grants and identification of two material weaknesses with respect to financial reporting.
Lastly, HMI (1) entered into a 10-year employment agreement with M at a small salary and (2) gave R and M health insurance and M use of a company-owned vehicle.
Lastly, in a technology driven quirk worth mentioning, we have seen makeshift tents over cubicles of those staring at computer screens for hours on end, because lighting systems have not addressed the impact of glare on computers' monitors.