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Bur

An ancient Sumerian unit of area approximately equivalent to 64.8 square kilometers.
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They emphasised that BURS should educate people about tax before collecting it and clarify the standards they sought in the filing of tax returns.
A study reported that new dental burs, provided by the manufacturer, were not sterile, nearly 42% of those had contamination and 15% of the used burs had contamination after sterilisation.11 Studies have reported ineffectiveness of various pre-cleaning methods to decontaminate used dental burs.12,13 To the best of our knowledge, there is no local data on the contamination assessment of dental burs.
New high-speed diamond dental burs either sterilised or untreated were included while corroded dental burs or those with manufacturing defects were excluded.
0.61 g/100 seeds, respectively, compared with about 1.37 g/100 for buffalograss burs. All seeds were purchased from commercial sources.
Intact burs and legume seeds for each steer were prepared by giving them a light coating of molasses ([less than]500 ml) and mixing them with ca.
He assured the council that they were partial in their dealings and said all those who were aggrieved by BURS were at liberty to approach the organ to lodge a complaint or seek remedy from the courts of law.
Mr Mudongo also told the council that the BURS office at the Ramotswa Border Post was too small, hence the organ could not open an office there for residents to file their returns.
Mr Morris revealed that 70 per cent of the arrears were attributed to interest that was accrued before BURS was established.
As per BUR, India emitted 2,136.84 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent greenhouse gases in 2010.
He noted that as a result of his stewardship, BURS had grown in leaps and bounds because Dr Nyamadzabo ensured that BURS maintained its position as a key revenue provider in the country by contributing an average of 22 per cent to the GDP in an environment where previously reliable revenue sources were declining.
He said BURS had prioritised staff development and capacity building amongst other priorities, as necessary pre-conditions for the successful delivery of the BURS revenue collection mandate.
Andrew Craggs, Reserve Manager at the Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve, said: "Pirri-pirri bur has colonised large areas of the dunes on Holy Island and in places it dominates to the detriment of our native plants.