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Hont

An obsolete Dutch unit of area roughly equivalent to 1,400 square meters, with slight regional variations.
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Mr Hont added: "As with all wards, we ensure that staffing levels are monitored daily and meet the patients' needs.
The radical anthropologist and alterglobalisation activist David Graeber is certainly in agreement with the claim that the analytical innovations of the eighteenth century 'still ought to command our attention' (Hont, 2005).
Mr Hont, 63, told the Daily Post: "We all have to leave the job we love one day, and I decided it's time to move on.
The deal will considerably improve the competitiveness of Met-Pro in the municipal and industrial markets globally, De Hont said in a statement.
This leaves the last chapter in the book (chapter 13) by Istvan Hont (a Cambridge historian of political thought).
By Istvan Hont. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1999.
(YAR619) RAYMOND DE HONT - MET-PRO CORPORATION (MPR).
Interim chief nurse, Colin Hont, said: "We are sorry that Mr Bowes and his family didn't have a good experience in our emergency department."
"The worst situation is in the regions of Orava, Liptov, Podpo#318anie and northern Hont," said Miroslav Gejdoscaron, spokesperson for the Stredoslovenska Distribu#269na company, as quoted by the SITA newswire.Due to bad weather conditions the electricians could not get to work immediately.
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Istvan Hont (1947-2013) was a noted historian who specialized in economic and political thought.