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Semi

A slang term for a stock in a company in the semiconductor industry.
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[1,8] Previous cost modelling work in Pixley ka Seme district [8] reveals that establishing this small tier 3 site may cost marginally more per CD4 test than a CD4 tested in a centralised larger laboratory (ZAR28.62/USD2.06 at exchange rate of ZAR13.90 per USD on 20 November 2015).
All the cargoes are trapped in the border closure, meaning at times, I come to Seme and return home having not made a kobo.
Seme added: "We are happy Caster is doing well on the track after the two brilliant victories in Finland two weeks ago.
Her coach, Michael Seme said he wasn't expecting her to clock spectacular times when she returns to the track because she hasn't raced in 11 months but assured that he would train Semenya for the upcoming Commonwealth Games.
Captain Richard Lloyd, adjutant of SEME Regiment, said: "The whole regiment was shocked and upset to hear the news of Craftsman Moffatt's tragic death.
Il seme del piangere (1959; "The Seed of Crying") was a nostalgic volume of verse about his mother.
Investigations have revealed that Nigeria, through its busiest borders of Seme and Idiroko borders in the South-West region of the country, has lost N344,472,000 (excluding seizures) since the government began increased tightened border operations under the code-name Operation Ex-Swift Response.
'The last time I saw him was during the burial of his mother at Ratta village in Seme before he departed to Egypt,' Outa said.
Others are parcels of land in Manyatta, Tamu, Milimani estate and East Rata in Seme Sub-County in Kisumu.Justice Cherere said Thursday that the two will be sentenced on Tuesday May 28.
Sinon comment expliquer la presence de nombreux intrus ayant seme une grande confusion au moment de l'arrivee sur place de la delegation mouloudeenne.
Le president russe, Vladimir Poutine, a estime hier jeudi que les Occidentaux avaient seme le "chaos" en Syrie et qu'ils "ne peuvent pas s'arreter" malgre les mises en garde de la Russie, ont rapporte les agences.