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Asper

A division of the muzuna, which was a subdivision of the Algerian budju. One muzuna was divided into two asper.
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asper. Esto se puede explicar por el hecho de que la temperatura corporal habitual no optimiza simultaneamente los componentes organismicos en su totalidad, por lo que los sistemas fisiologicos presentarian un orden de importancia en el animal (Huey y Stevenson, 1979).
asper sample, although the prey items were not identified beyond class, order, or suborder.
"As soon as it is in the water, Kevin gives it the 'go' command, and it goes on its own," said Asper, whose research is being funded by National Science Foundation through the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, which is part of the College of William and Mary in Virginia.
Erasing or ignoring this history allows Asper and others to see only the rockets fired into Israeli towns and not the superior military arms, recently directed into Gaza, that have been built with financial support from the U.S.
He (Asper, not the reviewer) was the new leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party, preparing to speak to an audience of schoolchildren.
"The Aspers could lose control of their broadcasting empire over this."
And the flagship of the Asper newspapers, the National Post of June 16, 2006, had this to say on so-called same-sex marriage, advising politicians to:
Rather, this is a story about private property -- the Aspers can dictate national editorial policy because they own most of the newspapers in the country.
The matter might have lain dormant indefinitely had not Izzy Asper's son, David, reminded Canada in a rather dramatic way last month what it means when one owner controls nearly 40% of a nation's newspaper circulation.
CanWest Global's executive chairman, Izzy Asper, further criticized the CBC for not staying true.