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a soft yellowish-white trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group

a self-governing commonwealth associated with the United States occupying the island of Puerto Rico

a promotion intended to create goodwill for a person or institution

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Small trees were planted in the 50 hectares of degraded forest inside Tropaing pring CF.
Shortly after the third call, Mr Pring turned to his wife and said "I'm going", and slumped into his pillow.
Mrs Pring, of Mynydd Isa, near Mold, said: "I feel particularly let down that I was led to believe that help was on its way when it so obviously wasn't.
Kopas, CEO of Pring Turner and Portfolio Manager of DBIZ added, "We are pleased to team with AdvisorShares in bringing DBIZ to market.
A second set of studies with contrasting findings were the single-subject case study by Pring (1994) and the study by Barlow-Brown and Connelly (2002).
In other words, Webb got "SLAPPed" - hit with what University of Denver professors George Pring and Penelope Canan call a "Strategic lawsuit Against Public Participation," a suit brought in the guise of slander, libel tortious interference with contract, or other legal claims, but ultimately intended to punish someone who speaks out on a public controversy.
SLAPPs of course is not the name SLAPP filers attach to their suits; the label was coined by George Pring and Penelope Canan, the authors of the important SLAPPS: Getting Sued for Speaking Out.
The company's three-part system consists of a grooved bolt with a six-sided head, a retainer that fits over the bolt's head and a pring clip that slips into the groove to hold the assemblage together (see photograph).
Earlier this year, he called for urgent changes after critically ill Fred Pring, 74, from Mynydd Isa, near Mold, died waiting for an ambulance after widow Joyce Pring made four 999 calls.
Social club chairman Trevor Pring, 76, said: "It's not just bingo, it's a whole evening out.
Frederick Pring, 74, died while waiting 40 minutes for an ambulance on March 21 last year.
Authors Nanda and Pring teach law at the University of Denver.
ISLAMABAD, January 10, 2012 (Frontier Star): Online International News Network (OINN) and e-Business parent company of the web and mobile synchronization portal named Pring have joined hands for free of cost news flow to ordinary cell-phone users.