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Natural Expenses

Expenses categorized by type. Employee salaries, rent and bills for the office, and supplies for programs are all examples of natural expenses.
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College (COL) and national (NAT) rowers characteristics, training level and ergometer performance (2000-m exercise).
The Bus Users Cymru watchdog reported NAT after multiple monitoring exercises over 12 months.
Few remember that Nat entered the pro-life tent through the flap of resistance to infanticide.
I propose "memoir fiction" as a distinct form of biofiction and a productive lens for examining Styron's representations of the historical Nat Turner.
World consumption of nat. gas for industrial uses rises 1.7%/year, and nat.
Nat has to return to work in the fields after the master's death but he takes to the word of God and begins to preach to slaves and slave-owner families in the plantation chapel.
Morgan Freiman of the Boston Medical Center and her colleagues conducted a systematic literature review to identify 44 case-control, cross-sectional, cohort, or randomized trials that compared any of five HCVcAg screening tests with a NAT reference standard (Ann Intern Med.
Just a month before they turn teenagers, Nat has completed his first two performances as Billy Elliot in London's West End.
Their son Nat, who is two, suffers from cerebral palsy with dyskinsesia and dystonia, conditions which affect his arms and legs.
Almost 50 years after Nat Nakasa, NF '65, died and was buried in a New York cemetery, his remains have been brought back to South Africa.
A number of photography enthusiasts attended the workshop hosted by National Geographic photographer and 'I am Nat Geo Photographer' judge, Laura El Tantawy, at Gulf Photo Plus in Al Quoz.
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