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MOARMassachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (Boston, MA)
MOARMinistry of Animal Resources (Sudan)
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The Nightforce MOAR reticle pattern is a major advancement in precision shooting.
Moar was born in Manitoba, but moved to Richmond, B.
He was born May 24, 1919, in Lime Springs, Iowa, to Gilbert and Mabel Howe Moar.
I would like to express our deepest sympathy to the friends and family of Alex Moar.
asked Lindy Moar, the head administrator of Nemaska's school.
To evaluate this phenomenon, the mean otolith annular radius (MOAR) for each annulus of the same age group was calculated, and the MOAR for each annulus of different age groups was plotted against the age group (Yamaguchi et al.
We are delighted to partner with Adobe SearchCenter+ and believe the relationship validates the significant customer returns generated through our unique ability to automatically model every keyword," said Jim Moar, chief executive officer, OptiMine.
Family flowers only, donations if desired to Marie Curie c/o Moar & Butler, 9 Dickson Street, Widnes.
I selected their MOAR reticle pattern to interface this magnificent scope with the SIG Sauer SSG 3000 rifle for the accuracy portion of our test and evaluation.
Charlotte Moar, of Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, said: "The health board does not take the qualification of its accounts lightly but we are buoyed by the fact that our threeyear plan has been agreed by Welsh Government.
George Moar, 80, grabbed invisible reins as Scott's horse Hello Sanctos took on each fence as he claimed his gold medal in Monday's team event.
We need almost Rs 1,000 just to get to Hyderabad to cash the cheque besides we were told that these cheques were worth Rs 5,000," said Gomi, another widow from Jogi Moar Colony.