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a large mass of ice floating at sea

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Austrian composer in Schoenberg's twelve-tone music system (1885-1935)

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The Bergs and MSW own approximately 6 million square feet of commercial property in Silicon Valley, and are the largest landholders of any developer in the Silicon Valley region.
approved the sale of a controlling interest in the company to Berg McAfee Companies.
Doake predicted in 1996 that part of the Ronne Ice Shelf front would go in the next decade, nothing that no major bergs had broken off this shelf in 50 years although the edge had advanced considerably.
The roughly rectangular berg measures 92 miles by 30 miles and splintered of the Ronne Ice Shelf into the Weddell Sea.
The Open File government report, is entitled "Bonanza-grade gold from Neoproterozoic low-sulphidation epithermal veins and breccias, Bergs prospect, Avalon Zone, Eastern Newfoundland.
Recent mapping and lithogeochemical sampling of the Late Neoproterozoic epithermal veins and breccias at the Bergs Prospect (Manuels area, Avalon Peninsula) has documented the first example of bonanza-grade, low-sulphidation gold mineralization in the Newfoundland Avalon Zone.
The Bergs hope that the children who have been displaced by the damage of the storm will also share their experiences.
According to the Bergs, the name lunchmoney4katrina was selected because they feel that other kids will understand the sacrifice of giving away a day or a week's lunch money.
As the tides go out twice each day, the bergs take a long, slow slide downhill.
Before such bergs drift to tropical climes, however, they have to escape the shallow waters of coastal Antarctica.
The Bergs have placed fliers around their west Palmdale neighborhood asking for the return of the flag.
8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Berg, a Boston-based biopharmaceutical company, has announced that it has entered into a Materials-Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (M-CRADA) with the United States National Institutes of Health (NIH) for the treatment of kidney cancer.
PMA member and photo industry contributor Roger Berg passed away on June 20.