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a large marble used for shooting in the game of marbles


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5 - Traditional Myanmar umbrella dance performance during Ooredoo Myanmar launch celebration gala on August 20th in Nay Pyi Taw.
Later, they were informed that the air warden at Hitra further out by the coast had spotted the foreign aircraft on its inbound flight, but a mix up of the telephone lines ensured that the TAW got the warning much too late for having any hope for getting close enough for a positive identification.
5) Why might the Berman taw that requires the suppression of criminals' names in news accounts be impractical in the Internet age?
Designated by UNESCO for its diversity and abundance of rare flora and fauna, it takes in the strange dunescape of Braunton Burrows in and around the Taw and Torridge river estuary.
They also created an institution called aw baw taw, a task force comprised of local officials, military and policy commanders, and citizen representatives that provided an outlet for grievances--the aw haw taw allowed local journalists, lawyers, and human rights activists to uncover abuses and make them public.
But when they gathered with about 50 friends and family members to become one of the first gay couples to be joined under Connecticut's groundbreaking new civil unions taw, "it all hit me," Christopher said.
The TAW 5 x D insertable insert drill eliminates burdensome and costly regrind and recoating of brazed tools by reducing brazed drill inventory.
The former 439th TAW Provider is now part of the El Avion pub, restaurant and coffee shop overlooking Manuel Antonio Beach.
Thanks to a new taw, the informal grace period between when a check is written and when it gets paid--known as the "float"--drops from two to four days to one day.
The TAW strategic objective calls for training and education to ensure that the technologies chosen to create the forest products industry of the future are operated, maintained, and managed by a technically superior workforce that is globally competitive.
Foreign financing for the emerging economies of Latin America took a hit with the economic malaise of the last taw years.
1 -- 2) Ellie-Jan Taw, 7, of La Canada Flintridge and Katie Nakamura, 8, of Long Beach, above, enjoy themselves after competiting in a beginners fiddle contest at the Banjo-Fiddle Contest and Folk Festival on Sunday.
The ivy-covered cottages are in central Devon in the Taw Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The realization of the new quay wall with new, deeper placed piles and piles - piles bottom level at about -23 m TAW - will allow to bring the soil level to -9 m TAW.
Singh said: " I am proceeding today on a two-day tour of Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, to take part in the third Summit of the BIMSTEC.