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A unit of length equivalent to four inches. It is used in the sale and use of horses.
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companies are betting that the swine flu will turn hand sanitizers into a holiday hit."
The group also sent a "candidates pledge" outlining these goals to each of the presidential hopefuls as well as to the group's membership, who can in turn hand them to candidates for Congress.
An unthinkable defeat to the Scottish strugglers and a Blues victory would in turn hand the title to Dai Young's men.
Blohm + Voss handed over the first F 124 frigate, the Sachsen, directly to the Federal German Office for Defence Technology and Procurement, which will in turn hand it over to the German Navy in December 2003 for official commissioning.
Each new member brings in another eight "investors" who in turn hand over their money to the new leader of the group and so on.
The Chief Justice will in turn hand over the National Assembly list to the Acting Secretary to Parliament in preparation for the first sitting of the National Assembly.
Russel will in turn hand over to Scangroup its 70 per cent stake in Mauritius Research and Marketing Group Investment Limited.The transaction, expected to be completed by end of July, mirrors a 2013 deal that saw WPP take a controlling 50.1 per cent stake in Scangroup by offering Sh1.8 billion in cash and surrendering its interests in nine subsidiaries to the NSE-listed firm.
The states will in turn hand over a two per cent share to local bodies like municipalities and panchayats.
The all-stock transaction, valued at Sh926.6 million, will see Scangroup issue 53.2 million shares to Russel Square Holding, another entity controlled by WPP.Russel will in turn hand over to Scangroup its 70 per cent stake in Mauritius' Research and Marketing Group Investment Limited.
The LAPD, obviously having better things to do, pass the buck to Roth's insurance company who in turn hand the investigation to the rugged Sam Levitt - effectively a poacher turned gamekeeper.
He and other employees kept Spoetzl going with spare parts scoured from shuttered breweries and were still climbing three flights of stairs to turn hand valves on the gravity fed brewing tanks in 1989.
The chef has been teaching a class to cook with the expectation his pupils pass the recipes to pals, who in turn hand them on - a process working in the manner of chain letter.