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a unit of weight for precious stones = 200 mg

the unit of measurement for the proportion of gold in an alloy

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Y asi como Carot y Hers documentaron arqueologicamente la partida de los purepechas y de los toltecas chichimecas, encontraron fuertes indicios de su regreso, asociado a la contraccion de la frontera mesoamericana de los siglos VIH y IX.
Watched by an audience of friends, family, and colleagues, the graduates, Julian Cooper and Juan Carot (of Brother Industries UK), and Jordana Stevens and Malcolm Tydie (of Agile Group) received their certificates from Craig McCubbin, managing director of Brother Industries and programme facilitator Pete Stevens.
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The Brooklyn Sounds, originally known as La Orquesta Tropical and led by trombonist Julius Millan, includes Ray Rivera (second trombone), Tony Ortega (piano), Julio Fonseca (timbal), Alfredo Burgos (bass), Leo Rosado (vocals), Kevin Fonseca (bongo), Eddie Rodriguez (congas) and Jimmy Carot (claves/maracas) for the recording Libre (Free) (Salsa International-SLP 2005).