FREER


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FREERFree Route Experimental Encounter Resolution (Air Traffic Control)
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The man shifted her now to give himself freer use of his right arm, for the savages were pressing more closely upon Twelve and Three, and the change made it impossible for the girl to see his face even in the more frequent moonlit places.
Money did not become freer, though the casual reader of Daylight's newspapers, as well as of all the other owned and subsidised newspapers in the country, could only have concluded that the money tightness was over and that the panic was past history.
He had, he said, but gone for a while that I might be the freer for my devotions.
Something is shifting from me in some strange way, and I feel freer than I have been of late
My soul is freer than it has been since that awful hour.
It was as if a window were thrown open, admitting a freer atmosphere into the close and stifled study, where his life was wasting itself away, amid lamp-light, or obstructed day-beams, and the musty fragrance, be it sensual or moral, that exhales from books.
Certainly I had no cause to complain of him; on the contrary, never was hospitality freer than his.
In 1906, when the philanthropist Charles Lang Freer (1854-1919; Fig.
Which is why conductor Justin Freer had no hesitations turning it into an orchestral concert production that will arrive in Abu Dhabi on September 21, 22 and 23 at du Forum.
Mr Freer has more than 25 years of corporate finance experience across roles in private equity, acquisition finance, corporate finance and restructuring.
PA) has said that China has gone back on its promise of freer exchange rates.