Montenegrin Perun

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Montenegrin Perun

A proposed currency for Montenegro. It was planned in 1851 but never implemented. Montenegro went without its own currency until 1906.
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Pen Perun, a veteran ouk master and the founder of the chess club 'Kru Barang Ouk Club' contends that part of the pleasure of the game is in the use of high-quality pieces.
Buckle DR, Erhardt PW, Ganellin CR, Kobayashi T, Perun TJ, Proudfoot J, Senn-Bilfinger J.
Bradley Balletto, the firm's regional manager, and Taylor Perun, senior associate, represented the seller and sourced the buyer in the $3,050,000 transaction.
Contemporary humanity creates idols far more terrible than those of the Kievan Perun, and we see how the world has been engulfed by crime, war, as if human life is worth nothing in our enlightened age.
The present solution uses design data for SKODA Perun HE electric bus, a vehicle which is already used in service [1].
Changes in employer-provided pensions from defined-benefit to defined-contribution plans have shifted retirement saving and investment responsibilities to employees (Munnell and Perun 2007).
5) See Pamela Perun & Joseph John Valenti, Defined Benefit
Antler, Joyce, "Culture, service, and work: changing ideas of higher education for women", en Pamela Perun (coord.
As was customary, Moscow's representative--Nikolai Perun, the deputy head of the Department for Organizational Party Work of the Central Committee--participated in the plenum and introduced Griskevicius from the podium.
Mitova is using Farm Perun in Kresna, Bulgaria as a pilot project.
Those honored at the Annual Meeting included, from left: Sue Halpain, NCTM; Martha Bordelon; Billie Leach, NCTM; Gwendolyn Perun, NCTM; Cherry Harvey Potts, NCTM; Milton Stern; and Lucille TeSelle.
Munnell and Pamela Perun, "An Update on Private Pensions," Issue Brief no.