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brought together in one place

in full control of your faculties

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It had been estimated that Rs 2,018 million would be collected from Communication and Works but only Rs 832 million were collected.
And when trying to come up with something to handle these things, we came up with Collected.
Wigen examined the accuracy of 225 paired rectal swab samples collected from men who had experienced receptive anal sex in the previous year.
This tax is defined generally as one on the use or consumption of tangible property or services when no sales tax has been collected.
The teacher will rescatter all collected leaves--including those collected by koalas that "died.
They also examined organochlorine body burden in a subset of 58 samples collected between 1999 and 2002 for links with bone mineral density.
Flies were collected by hand, with a bug net, at various locations on the University of California campus, mainly the dairy barn, beef barn, and feedlot, from early July to mid-August 2003.
Even within these so-called lower-end applications, a certain amount of cleansing and filtration of the collected oil is usually required.
If agencies compare the collected statistics to some demographic statistic, what is the relevant demography or benchmarks?
More than simply posting a privacy policy online or in a brochure and operating a secure server, businesses must realize that privacy involves a "system life cycle" view of how information is collected, used, and stored.
Last year, NYARM collected in excess of 150 coats and this year's drive will be conducted at NYARM's monthly meeting on Nov.
When you put them together, in the order in which you collected them, they'll spell the answer to the question at the bottom of the page.
Furthermore, the data that is most easily collected may have little bearing on quality of care and may not contribute appreciably to the understanding of how health care is delivered.
A former jazz radio disc jockey who gained a portion of her collectibles through connections made on the job, Lanier lectures at schools and often invites children into her home to examine the items she's collected.