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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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This partnership will give us the diversity we need to handle our customers' unique needs," said Cordes.
Les amateurs des instruments a corde pourront ainsi profiter du plaisir de cette aventure musicale.
So we're going to be focusing, as we've always planned, on the issues that people care about," Cordes said.
If it goes systemic, then it can cause destruction of blood cells and various other effects that can, in extreme cases, lead to death by kidney failure or renal failure," Cordes relates.
But, according to Cordes there's "so little discussion about what people actually want to CyDO' in retirement.
After Metro's supervisory board ended its meeting on Friday without selecting a buyer, Cordes told the paper that, although the company was aiming for a fast sale process, it would not be realistic to expect to finalise the Kaufhof sale this year.
Elles ont presente dans la premiere partie Quatuor a cordes en fa majeur K.
Victoria Hale, prosecuting, told jurors that Burke was waiting for mr Cordes as he drove up to his house.
Cordes to serve as the chairman of the board, effective immediately.
Con una mezcla de estilo frances y aleman, en esta cuidada traduccion de un libro publicado en Alemania el ano anterior, Cordes nos ofrece algunas reflexiones sobre la situacion del sacerdocio en el momento presente, a tenor de algunos textos ofrecidos por el actual romano pontifice.
tesselata D south of the Purgatoire River in Las Animas County, another area where pattern-class C is not known to occur, indicates that the two parthenogens represent different adaptive complexes that limit their syntopy to the narrow ecotone between Ninemile Valley of the Purgatoire River and surrounding elevated areas (Walker and Cordes, 1998).