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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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Environmental considerations were a large part of those technology selections, from magnetite consumption--which Corder confirmed is maintained below industry standards--and its refuse area.
Corder, a 20-year-old sophomore, played at Central Lakes College in Brainerd, Minn.
Ipswich Crown Court heard Mr Corder, 42, who was delivering church newsletters, will need medical care for the rest of his life.
Corder submitted remarks that were free of religious references but during her time at the microphone gave a different talk.
The Indians scored on the first play of the game - a short slant pass from Davis that Mitch Huff took 65 yards - and followed with a 34-yard run from Corder on their next possession for a 14-0 lead 4:21 into the first quarter.
Our user evaluation on two groups of users shows that BuddyFinder can find users highly relevant to search queries, and that CORDER achieved the best average ranking correlations among all seven algorithms and improved the performance of both baseline methods.
Among those contributing 3-pointers were Mittel, Briannae Yahn, Jennifer Ayers-Stamper and freshmen Lisa Chenoweth, Shayla Corder and Tana Palmason.
Please contact Ray Corder, 148 Highway 270 West, Mena, AR 71953-8583, (479) 437-3576.
I'll read just one, from Army Specialist Patrick Corder.
Overall, Corder makes rhetoric come to life--he makes it relevant and real.
Como constata Corder (1967/1991: 32), "vivimos en un mundo imperfecto y, en consecuencia, los errores existiran siempre por muchos esfuerzos que hagamos".