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Stiver

1. The currency of Ceylon (modern Sri Lanka) from 1801 to 1821.

2. A currency used in Demerara-Essequibo (modern Guyana) before 1831.
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Outbox is a warm order to get off the mark for the season in the Sportpesa Chester Stakes (2.45), but I'm keen to take a chance on the ex-Argentinian Stivers having his first run for Dermot Weld.
Stivers said the committee allowed for input from both sides of the aisle, including his own amendment to give safe harbor to insurers, that made it a stronger bill.
Earlier this year, NRCC Chairman Steve Stivers said the committee which raises money to support Republican candidates for the House hired multiple cybersecurity staffers to work with its candidates and promised to do more.
Steve Stivers of Ohio, the chairman of the committee charged with electing Republicans to the House, insisted that a shutdown was unlikely.
Steve Stivers (R.-Ohio), sponsor of the bill that was included in the omnibus.
Those researchers who analyze negative affective stances (e.g., "I'm annoyed with this assignment") often praise tutors who respond with what scholars of language and social interaction describe as affiliation, or interaction that supports writers' stances (Stivers 35).
Steve Stivers, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, called for him to pay back the money.
"I hope Blake is true to his word and pays back the $84,000 of taxpayer money he used as a settlement," Representative Steve Stivers, the chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, stressed in a statement Friday, adding that "As I have said repeatedly, Congress must hold ourselves to a higher standard and regain the trust of the American people."
Alcee Hastings (D-Fl.), Tom Graves (R-Ga.), Henry Cuellar (D-Tx.), Steve Stivers (R-Ohio) and Collin Peterson (D-Minn.).
The challenge was initially brought by EMW Women's Surgical Center of Louisville, Kentucky's lone remaining abortion clinic, but Judge Stivers, who is hearing the case without a jury, allowed Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky to join in.
Speaking of gender in administration, Stivers in the American context (1993) writes: