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the ordinal number of forty-nine in counting order


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In addition to all the excellent reloading data the 49th edition also covers getting started in reloading, the basics of reloading, components including descriptions and uses for all available powders.
After being assigned to Holloman, they receive F-22 training from 49th FW people.
Working out the 49th parallel from Lake of the Woods to the Rocky Mountains from 1872 to 1874 presents an interesting methodological problem for Rees.
It is good to see the Soldiers from the [49th Military Police] brigade and the 49th Military Police Battalion back from Iraq," said Lieutenant Colonel Peter Cross, Commander of the 49th Military Police Battalion.
Aghaburren Wood, with trainer Robert Bothway and kennelhand Tammy Keenan, after justifying favouritism in the five-runner 49th Yarmouth Championship on Friday
The 49th annual Valyermo Fall Festival will run from 9 a.
Terry, decided that the 49th Movement Control Battalion, part of the 13th COSCOM, was the unit best suited to assist in distributing civilian humanitarian supplies to the affected people of Louisiana.
May 19-23, 2006 Council of Science Editors 49th Annual Meeting Hyatt Regency Tampa Tampa, FL, USA http://www.
Hymns of the 49th Parallel (2004) The homage: covering fellow Canadians
Cichowski, commander, 49th Fighter Wing, Air Combat Command, Holloman Air Force Base, N.
Quebec City, QC--The 49th International Eucharistic Congress, held to increase devotion to the Holy Eucharist, will take place in Quebec City from June 15-22, 2008.
10-15 Rendez-Vous de Septembre, 49th Edition, Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Resnick and Holtz become the 49th and 50th Fellows in IABC's 35-year history.
Scores of women from around the world attended the 49th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) held in New York from February 27 to March 11, 2005.
The girls, from the Wylam, 49th Newcastle, 1st Middleton St George, 1st Usworth and 1st Alston St Augustine packs, took part in a code-buster show, extracted DNA from a kiwi fruit and made DNA jewellery as they learnt how science can be fun.