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An obsolete Dutch unit of weight roughly equivalent to 2,000 kilograms.

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Vigilance is another recurring theme that Laster envisions as being pivotal to the periods of theater productions, participatory paratheatrical experiments, and ritual arts: "Vigilance is proposed as an alternative mode of being within an action in which an expanded receptivity may replace the conventional understanding of both the spectator as passive receptor and the performer as the active agent of action" (88).
The original merger consideration was dictated by what a financial sponsor could pay and still generate outsized returns," wrote Laster.
Laster plans to make the SeeThru sturdy enough for extreme pastimes other than sightseeing, like providing users with head-up display data while they skateboard, hang glide, sail the seas, and fly airplanes.
By Dottie Laster, Anti-Trafficking Coordinator, Bernardo Kohler Center
Dit is juis kwessies soos die groep se laster, hedonistiese gedrag, seks, alkohol, drugs en rock-'n-roll wat in duidelike opposisie met huile agtergrond is.
He really wants to deal with this issue," Laster said.
It was clear to the Lasters that, if they wanted any backyard privacy at all, they would have to create a barrier wall, a very high one.
The editor has spoken about coverage before in North Carolina, but "yesterday was Ashley's first time speaking alone in front of a group of people about the lacrosse case," Jill Laster of The Kentucky Kernel, the student newspaper, reported in that outlet's story.
Even then, they will need to bash Gloucester in the penultimate game in Pool C laster in the season to stand any chance of reaching the last eight.
Filippo Inzaghi, who replaced Alberto Gilardino in the 63rd minute, netted three minutes laster from Andrea Pirlo's pass and set up Kaka to make it two in 72 minutes.
The New York City-based writers Justin Boyd and Lori Ann Laster and Minneapolis-based Christy DeSmith will contribute regularly to the magazine.
As designers and manufacturers of machinery, we strive to make our products as safe as possible for the end user," said WMMA President Jim Laster.