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Oles

A Tatar unit of weight approximately equivalent to 44.43 milligrams. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.
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Charley smiled at their efforts, and said, "Give her the topsail, Ole."
Ole Ericsen looked at the straining Mary Rebecca and shook his head.
Ole shot an anxious glance at his masts, another at the boat load of armed Greeks, and consented.
Ole Ericsen seemed sunk into a state of stolid despair.
"Ay tank Ay ban a great big fool," said Ole Ericsen.
Canadian music publishing and rights management business ole has been successful to receive a new credit facility worth $500 million to be utilized to financially support acquisitions to be carried out in the future.
The basic working principle of SmartGlove uses a variation of the OLE principle by placing multiple OLEs in series on different finger segments to capture the displacements of different detecting points on a single OLE strip.
Oles had no new theories but noted that the syndrome did not harm his hives, and he has only heard of a few instances of it in Massachusetts, near Amherst.
Oles, from Coldstream Terrace, Riverside, Cardiff, appeared at Cardiff Magistrates' Court, after pleading guilty to the three thefts and two counts of failing to surrender to bail.
The NIJ approval process is based on specifications and associated tests developed by OLES. The internal construction of protective vests intended to absorb bullet impact without permitting penetration has not proven to be effective protection from stabbing attack.
OLES, formerly the Law Enforcement Standards Laboratory, was established as a matrix management organization in 1971 through an understanding between the departments of Justice and Commerce and was based on a 1967 recommendation from the President's Commission on Crime.
The Chelsea boss even angrily remonstrated with the Stamford Bridge fans when they began chanting "ole, ole" - and strongly reprimanded Joe Cole for showboating towards the end of Saturday's win.