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AFAIRAs Far As I Remember
AFAIRAs Far As I Recall
AFAIRAnadromous Fish and Aquatic Invertebrate Research (University of Hampshire; Durham, NH)
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The statistics point to a low-scoring afair today at Bloomeeld Road.
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The bank's official statement said that apricing indicationsa failed to reflect the PSB's afair valuea and that it would revisit the IPO when amarket conditions improvea.
FAMILY AFAIR: Lee Butler will be joining dad, Billy, as a judge at the Liverpool Music Awards Ethan Allen CRAZY YEAR: Jordan and Harley are topping a whirlwind year by launching the MOBOs in Liverpool
Polarica, a big company for frozen berries, has suggested afair tradea certification, so that consumers can choose berries picked only by workers who have been treated and paid well.
John trusted Heather so much he bought the excuse and was still convinced Jackie was having an afair with her manager.
The second half was a tetchy afair with ref Michael Wadding correctly brandishing the yellow card on numerous occasions, and Young added to his first half efforts by slamming two super strikes.
A `polluter pays' principle where people who use chewing gum should pay a small tax seems to me to be afair and just method for recovering costs for cleaning our streets.
Key to successful resolution of the current dilemma is ensuring that primary care P%ysicians are compensated at afair kvelfor their skills.
AFAIR trade pioneer based in the North East helped more than half a million people in the developing world in the last year.