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Tong

An ancient Indian unit of area approximately equivalent to 1/32 hectare.
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The association is now joining ATM54 in urging residents to respond to Shropshire Council's consultationIt tweeted: "Very very sad that possibly part of the Monarchs Way 625 mile route where there is such a high concentration of history west of Tong and on green belt too may be used for houses.
The sun shone as Singleton Park filled up, with DJ Big Al warming the crowds up before Pete Tong took to the stage at 9pm.
It also spawned the album Classic House - which sold over 200,000 copies and reached number one in the UK - and the follow-up Pete Tong Ibiza Classics which has so far amassed over 120,000 sales.
Shropshire Council has not yet officially put forward plans for 3,000 homes and commercial sites at Tong.
Its rectangular barrel sets it apart from traditional smoothedged tongs, and you can chose between five heat settings.
The show, Pete Tong and the Heritage Orchestra presents Ibiza Classics conducted by Jules Buckley, will be staged at the city's Motorpoint Arena on December 10, 2019.
The Iskandar Puteri MP said that Najib's silence would be taken as an indirect confirmation of Tong's assertion that the then prime minister was fully aware of Jho Low's dealings in the sovereign investment fund, which are now the subject of a global financial investigation that has also resulted in the indictment of prominent bankers.
According to court documents, Sreymom asked Tong Nam to arrange a marriage for the victim after she approached her in 2015.
Item no: 1 digital tong tester (clamp meter), make-meco, model-r-2025 thz,item no: 2 digital tong tester (clamp meter), make-meco, model-dt-2250.
Tong says his group has now found a way to create regular stereochemistry with polyesters--a key challenge in polymer chemistry.
PLAYWRIGHT: ...and a completely not-real woman named Tong.
For over two decades, Tong -- who will perform at Makcenzie beach on Saturday -- has been a driving force in the music industry and has become known as the voice of a number of dance programmes on BBC Radio 1.