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Piad

A Russian unit of length equivalent to seven inches. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924. An equivalent term was chetvert.
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De acuerdo con el criterio anterior y como un promedio general para todos los anos, el uso del PiAD para la planta seria 11,14 veces mayor que el uso de solamente el PiR (Cuadro 3).
The microstructures of the a-Si film prepared by PIAD have been investigated and the excellent properties were proved for various applications [1, 9].
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Declan Kidney hailed Munster's achievement in making the quarter-finals for the fourth year running and piad credit to the Munster fans who made this match an instant sell-out.
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The bureau, through its Public Information and Assistance Division (PIAD), issued the new policy yesterday.
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GLEN RYAN: Held the middle well with some crunching tackles but piad too little respect to Sherlock in the second half.7.