MCOs included two members of al-Qa'ida: Wadih el-Hage and Richard Reid.
He has written a book with Lebanese journalist Camille Eid, Avvenire's Mideast correspondent, entitled "I Cristiani Venuti dall' Islam" (Christian Converts
From there, nothing was clear-cut as to why it took so long to convert
In some ways, the Easterlings are the exception to the rule: Most adult converts
come to the Catholic Church through marriage or family connections.
Traditional ethanol processing converts
each bushel of corn, which weighs about 54 pounds, into about 18 pounds of ethanol, 18 pounds of carbon dioxide, and 18 pounds of distillers dried grains, which contain about 2 pounds of fat.
Rather than convert
his general partner interest to a limited partner interest, Dick decides he and Doug should simply exchange their partnership interests.
In 1995, the MTA board decided to convert
the engines to run on ethanol, a simple procedure that cost about $100 per bus.
While born Catholics have doubtless held their own in apostolic zeal throughout the history of the Church, it's well known that the convert
is often distinguished by an exceptional fervour.
Beginning in 1998, eligible taxpayers could convert
amounts from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA.
We are extremely excited to advance the efforts to convert
biomass to ethanol with the use of citrus peels, a very promising feedstock" said David Ames, president and CEO of Xethanol.
Assume that machines convert
only paper produced at the mill; this eliminates rollstock transportation and storage costs and issues.
she did in August 1955, after 30 years of consideration.