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Scheepslast

An obsolete Dutch unit of weight roughly equivalent to 2,000 kilograms.

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Lastly, ministers are also set to extend the list of Belarusian leaders sanctioned by means of asset freezing and visa bans.
Lastly, most participants took ALAS books home and many said they read the books with their parents, although taking home books or parental reading weren't program requirements.
Lastly, we would like to remind you that, in addition to its thematic dossiers, C&S wishes to continue to publish original papers.
The trust further provided the wife access, in her sole discretion, to principal for maintenance, support, health and related needs, after taking into account all of her other sources of available income and capital, "in consultation with the Trustee." Lastly, net income not distributed at the time of the wife's death was to be added to the trust principal.
Lastly, Candice Smith, Kara Logsden, and Maeve Clark highlight their innovative project at the Iowa City Public Library in Iowa, in which they educated the community on finding and using good health information resources on the Internet.
Lastly, if the more conservative churches of the Anglican Communion continue to find this course offensive, then I would encourage us to feel sorry for them, but not to apologize to them.
Lastly, this essay considers Cherokee legislative provisions to include whites as marriage partners and citizens in the Cherokee Nation.
Lastly, for those interested in the impact party politics may have on policy diffusion, the case studies suggest rethinking the alleged demise of class politics and party alliances in the West.
Lastly, I offer a tremendous "thank you" to NAFB President-Elect Emery Kleven for his work to organize our 60th anniversary celebration.
Lastly, these first five parts emphasize the need for professional training and development of EAP professionals.
Latin American cities with the worst quality of life were San Salvador, San Pedro Sula and lastly Havana.
Lastly, National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson discussed her annual report to Congress.