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An ancient Sumerian unit of area approximately equivalent to 64.8 square kilometers.
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George Bures Miller started his career as a sculptor and became well known for his kinetic works.
The most praiseworthy component of the excellent and lengthy introduction is Bures and Neaman's exhaustive overview of English-language Jfinger literature and reception.
Regulators should focus more on liquidity and pricing of assets in terms of liquidity," Bures said.
Five judges placed him in the 1st position, while two voted for Aykutlug and two for Bures.
As Minister Doris Bures said for Austrian daily Wirtschaftsblatt, the government started talks with Magna.
After being caught on the Bulgarian-Turkish border and deported back to the UK, he was jailed alongside another ex-pat child sex fiend, Paul Bures, of Kent, and two men who helped supply the pair with children to assault.
Here the bures are closer knit than in Namale and as a result the atmosphere is a little livelier.
TTX and lidocaine are widely used drugs in behavioural studies to transiently inactivate brain structures (Cimadevilla, Miranda, Lopez, & Arias, 2005; Fenton & Bures, 1993; Zhuravin & Bures, 1991).
Italian and Austrian Transport Ministers, Altero Matteoli and Doris Bures, signed a memorandum of understanding, on 18 May in Rome, to build the Brenner rail tunnel.
One fugitive hiding in Spain was Paul Bures, wanted over a child sex ring on North Tyneside.
Bures (1997) menciona que la densidad real para la corteza de pino triturada es de 1,84 g [cm.
This history of Australia's oldest synagogue was written by its former rabbi, Raymond Apple, and 31 members of the congregation including RAHS benefactor Morris Forbes, historian Suzanne Rutland and writer Susan Bures.