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His sentiments were underscored by Glen Petit, foundry manager for New England Union Co., Inc., West Warick, Rhode Island, who said his nonferrous foundry has saved countless hours and thousands of dollars since he attended his first CMI gating and risering course in 1979.
There is already a law which recognizes the heroism and sacrifices made for the country by the countless victims of human rights violations during martial law under Marcos.
The US President, inset, told the World Economic Forum, in Davos, Switzerland, that American prosperity had created countless jobs around the world, but stressed that his priority would always remain with his "America First" policy, protecting interests within his nation's borders.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister said peace has been restored in Balochistan as a result of countless sacrifices of military and civilian security personnel and peace loving people of the province.
Countless people are living in inadequate accommodation.
There must be countless people hanging around on lengthy waiting lists for all sorts of treatments, where does that leave the countless thousands of immigrants?
ISLAMABAD -- Countless innocent citizens of Islamabad have been defrauded of crore of rupees by fraudulent gangs, elements operating in the City.
Platform: iPhone Genre: Action Price: 69p ASIN: N/A Let's not even go into the reasons why a knight must risk life and limb to collect countless muffins.
However, given the dire situation we are in economically and politically, our MPs should concentrate on reducing unemployment, actually doing something to help countless struggling businesses caught up, through no fault of their own, in the mess created by Mr Brown's friend, the allegedly iron chancellor.
Tracing the long history and folklore associated with the bear, which has been a central figure of countless myths, as well as more modern fictional representations such as Smokey or Winnie the Pooh.
A year around the world, visiting countless nations, helping countless people and animals, and picking up countless odd-jobs--makes most readers past years seem tame and unexciting.
Welsh is the language of our country and it is only through English over the centuries that the critics are not writing their letters in Welsh, complaining about English paperwork being posted through their doors and having to endure countless English speaking channels they don't understand.
I have spent countless hours on countless days in countless weeks and countless months manually punching in data: dates, competitions, teams, scores, goal times, corners, bookings, referees, possession, shots, fouls, offsides, whatever I could get.
From tires and toys, to keyboards and contraceptives, to boots and bodysuits, this highly engaging book celebrating rubber's good nature and its countless contributions to our daily lives.