APEAR

AcronymDefinition
APEARAsia Pacific Employee Assistance Roundtable (Singapore)
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He's a half-brother to Hennessy winner Carruthers and apears to be slightly more robust than him on racecourse evidence.
There is going to be an early change as Lucas apears to have picked up an injury and Jonjo Shelvey is warming up ready to come on.
Because of the loading, the maximum stress apears in the top part.
From Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre: Life appears to me too short to be spent in nursing animosity, or registering wrongs - "Life apears 2 me 2 shrt 2 spnt in nursin animosity or registrin wrongs.
One of the most striking features of the house today, which offers a fascinating insight to the past, is the very wide doorway, built it apears to take the Crinoline Dresses which were so popular at that time.
Furthermore, based on administration in 1,438 subjects, MS-325 apears to be safe and well-tolerated.
Forfar sprung a surprise when they ended any hopes Arbroath had of winning the league when they won 1-0 on the coast, but they have lost three of their last four matches and the momentum apears to be with the visitors, who must fancy their chances.
After the machining process there were measurements made and the active surface of the electrodes was scanned in order to observe the radius modifications that apears to the conical ones.
And, while Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie has denied the deal is dead, it apears to be struggling to stay alive with Pompey manager Harry Redknapp also declaring an interest in Ipswich Town's Marcus Bent last week.
The Coanda Effect apears and at pressure ratios which pass over the critical value, recording a current acceleration at supersonic velocities.