Anker


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Anker

An obsolete Dutch unit of volume roughly equivalent to 39 liters.
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Since then Anker has been obsessed with proving that Mallory could have made it to the summit and therefore was the first man to stand at the top of the world.
Bill and Katy Anker are planning to reopen the coffee shop in the 8th Day Building located at 1426 Cornwall Ave.
Anker. He used a cutoff of 40 kg/[m.sup.2] because little information is available on larger patients.
Anker said that extra calories might be helpful only if they are in the form of lipids.
But just hours after Anker has given a cutely awkward but emotional groom's speech to the wedding guests, he's found howling with grief clutching Julie's corpse, her wrists slit, in a powerfully acted scene.
Torex has agreed to pay 223.4p for each share in Anker, which is located in Bolton.
Established in 1971, Anker is an international design, import and distribution business with offices and facilities in the UK, Hong Kong and Holland.
Under the terms of the agreement, Anker Systems will recommend Allied Telesyn as its preferred pan-European networking partner to users of OSCAR, its EPOS software product aimed at the retail and hospitality markets.
All KHS Anker labellers supplied and installed by ALS will be supported by its own national team of fully trained service engineers across the UK and Ireland, together with its fully comprehensive two year on-site, parts and labour warranty as standard, as with all labelling machinery provided by ALS.
The sex assault is thought to have taken place on open ground near to The Anker pub at around 1.30pm.
Through Anker Systems Ltd, UK, the Swedish company MultiQ has received an order for screens from the British toy store chain Early Learning Centre (ELC).
Anker is a project manager in the Technology group at Ashland Specialty Chemical Company, One Drew Plaza, Boonton, New Jersey, USA, 07005; his email is anker@ashland.com.