Dollar Accountability Group

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Dollar Accountability Group

A person or small group of persons who are responsible for a certain amount of money. The term is most common in the context of small Christian churches and ministries. For example, a church's food pantry may have an administrative team responsible for managing all expenses associated with the pantry. This team is called the dollar accountability group. One may also refer to it as a department accountability group.
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Dag suffered a brutal fall and crashed into the ground near a Kurdish restaurant after rolling down the cliff.
Leaf area index inclined at earlier stages due to continuous increase in leaf number and expansion of leaf area till attaining its peak at 126 DAG.
Table 1 Effect of preincubation of eggs with small unilamellar vesicles on tubule-to-sheet transitions [DGK] SUV Number Sheets Delayed Remained [mu]g/ml Composition Eggs Formed Sheets Tubular Injected Formed 100 20% 1,3 DAG 4 0 0 4 250 20% 1,3 DAG 5 0 0 5 500 20% 1,3 DAG 6 0 4 2 250 20% PE 4 0 3 1 100 100% PC 4 4 0 0 100 none 5 5 0 0
2008) that at the range of Reynolds numbers, which are typical in this application, the difference between the DAG and ambient temperatures is not very significant and determinative to the amount of infiltrated air.
It has been said Nebit Dag and nearby satellites contain 2 bn barrels, with a recovery factor of 25-35%.
With the great amount of office tenants in the surrounding area, 3 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza was an ideal location for Dr.
The study didn't show that people continue to lose weight with a DAG oil.
After more than 10 years since its last effort together, the Can I Say lineup of Dag Nasty--guitarist Brian Baker, singer Dave Smalley, drummer Colin Sears, and bassist Roger Marbury--have re-formed once again.
A one-day symposium organised by the Dag Hammarskjold Library (DHL) will be held at the United Nations' DHL Auditorium tomorrow (1 March).
THESE are the chilling images which show killer Scott Burrell and thug Martin Gould laughing minutes after the murder of refugee Firsat Dag.
Scott Burrell, 26, is accused of the racist killing of 22-year-old Firsat Yildiz, also known as Firsat Dag, on August 5 this year.