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Synonyms for gar

primitive predaceous North American fish covered with hard scales and having long jaws with needlelike teeth

elongate European surface-dwelling predacious fishes with long toothed jaws

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GAR reached its largest enrollment in 1890, with 490,000 members.
She too tested positive for the novel heterozygous missense sequence variant in exon 7 of the GARS gene, c.815T > G (p.L272R), interpreted as variant of unknown significance.
MegaFon believes that the acquisition of GARS complies with the company's strategy to develop a second core business and will be instrumental in further enhancing the company's position in the B2B fixed-line market in Moscow.
Vaughn for the photograph of spawning gars in Lake Texoma, A.
They are accused of negligence and breach of fiduciary duty in failing to take legal advice before deciding on the differential terminal bonus policy which led to the GAR court case and in failing to mitigate the financial risk of losing the GAR litigation and to inform policyholders of the risk.
January to July 2000: Equitable withholds growth from all with-profits policyholders to cover GAR liabilities.
GARS also has air impact on European rentals and the Non-Waiveable Excess Fee (NWEF).
The spotted gar, Lepisosteus oculatus, is distributed from Lake Erie, southeast through the Ohio and Missouri river drainages of the Mississippi River, and then westward through the coastal drainages of Texas (Hubbs et al.
GARs offer guaranteed pension rates, but became expensive to honour in the 1990s when interest rates and inflation fell.
All GASB pronouncements issued through June 30, 1995, have been incorporated in the codification and OP and are available on the Governmental Accounting Research System (GARS), an IBM-compatible disk that also contains implementation guides and an index.
Russian Bester Investments fund, controlled by Russian investor Quadriga Capital and Finland-based asset manager CapMan (HEL:CPMBV), has bought 75% of Russian Gars Holding, managing telecomms operator Gars Telecom, Russian daily Vedomosti wrote Thursday.
Equitable has been dogged with problems since it lost a legal showdown in the House of Lords over the rights of its GARs, leaving it with a pounds 1.06 billion liability.
The society has been dogged by uncertainty ever since it lost a legal showdown in the House of Lords over the rights of its Guaranteed Annuity Rate policyholders (GARs), leaving it with a pounds 1.06bn liability.