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Chow

An obsolete Indian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 0.389 grams.
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Actress Antoinette Taus is currently confined and recovering in the hospital after a chow chow attacked her, leaving her wounded in her left forearm, left thigh and right breast.
But I am definitely traumatized most especially by the chow chow breed.'
"The Takeovers Panel is therefore required, under rule 57 of the Code, to appoint an independent expert to determine the value of the shares in CGL which will be acquired by the Chows," it says.
The costs of the expert determination must be paid by the Chows, the Panel says.
The Murano glass Wrecking Ball (2010) by Aaron Young, which hangs in the Chows' lobby beneath another Hirst spot painting and a huge abstract canvas by Keith Haring, continues the contemporary tone.
But behind closed doors, Mr Chow is Michael, the boy from Shanghai who was sent to boarding school in England at the age of 13 by his famous parents.
The educational consultant the Chows used, called (http://www.ivyadmit.com/) IvyAdmit , claims to be "the worldwide leader in Business School and competetive [sic] University admissions consulting for international applicants."
Apparently the blatant misspelling on the front page of IvyAdmit's website didn't tip off the Chows, because upon meeting Mark Zimny, the founder of IvyAdmit at their oldest son's 2007 swanky private middle school graduation, they quickly began forking over the dollars.
Directed by Stephen Chow. Executive director, Lee Lik-chee.
The breeds that MetLife has identified as a high risk include American Staffordshire Terrier, chow chow, German shepherd, Doberman pinscher, Malamute, husky, pit bull, Rottweiler, dingo and "any other dog that has a previous bite history," Berstein said.
'With a bit of careful grooming and colouring,' he says, 'it's easy to turn a chow into a panda dog in about two hours.
The book was first published in China and consists of articles that Gregory Chow, Class of 1913 Professor of Political Economy and Professor of Economics, Emeritus, at Princeton University, wrote for leading Chinese newspapers, as well as some lectures he recently gave to Chinese economists.