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CAMESComputer Assisted Mechanics and Engineering Sciences (Central European Association for Computational Mechanics journal)
CAMESCenter for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies (American University of Beirut; Beirut, Lebanon)
CAMESConseil Africain et Malgache de l'Enseignement Superieur (French: African and Malagasy Council on Higher Education)
CAMESColorado Association of Medical Equipment Services (Littleton, CO)
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What we need most, because they're moving so fast, are three-bedrooms," Cames said, adding that she believes there is a lack of adequate inventory in units of that size.
I've had fun wherever we went," said Samir Deeb, 17, who came from Texas to join the SPAAC program.
I was just waiting for him to say "I canae hold it much longer captain" when the truth came out who they were looking down the fairway for.
The first one came aboard Riszard - he was also his first National Hunt ride - at Gowran in April 1994.
This would have been done because the panel was growing in size, during the re-lead, due to all the mending cames that were being introduced at the time.
In many ways, the war fought by Joao in Guine was an internal one, where he came to terms with himself, with the things he had seen, and with the destabilization of the truths he had previously believed, not just in general, but also about himself.
DNA tests prove that some whale meat on sale in Tokyo cames from endangered species.
It seems that they were from a land and town called Calangane: the people in that land are of the most superior quality and manner of indians for they are of better appearance and colour and very skilled, and have a dialect like Arabic, and it seems that they had subjection over the indians I spoke of Tacamez and of the bay of San Mateo, and of Nancabez and of Tovirisimi and Conilope and Papagayos, and Tolona and Quisimos and Coaque and Tonconjes and Arampajaos, and Pintagua and Caraslobez and Amarejos, Cames, Amotopse, Docoa, all towns of the said plain that are found along the coast; and of all the rest of the coast in that land of Calangone where they are [come from], there are four towns together, under one lord, which are the said Calangome, and Tusco and Seracapez and Calango.
On the negative side, just from a short-term (and simplistic) technical viewpoint a run-up as rapid as the one we've had usually cames crashing down at some point.
For some years, 'he now cames under the jural and ritual care of the head of this group'.
As the carriage dangled over the edge, a large red 'BAD' appeared, the carriage cames to a full stop and the game ended.