BOUG

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BOUGBusiness Objects User Group
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We didn't have a very successful season last year and with the club making a pounds 10 million profit I would have thought Mr Ellis could reduced prices, b) only one major player has been boug ht.
After the German invasion (September 1, 1939), he fled to his native town of Pinsk, east of the Boug River, territories which were promptly occupied by the Soviet army in accordance with the Soviet-Nazi pact.
Al Boug further stressed the importance of such a high credit rating for the company as it reflects strong confidence in a company's financial capabilities, technical expertise and its ability to provide wide-ranges and sufficient insurance cover for large economic projects.
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The pub closed in 1983 for road widening and to make way for the Sainsbury's su A new pub, the G replaced it in 198 demolished in 19 Sainsbury's boug for PS1 million, to car park.
(11) A similar assumption is made in Statistics Norway's MODAG model (see Boug et al., 2002 Chapter 5.5).
(72.) For a discussion of problems associated with an international comparison of productivity performances in the manufacturing sectors, see Boug and Naug (2001).
When he boug ht the tablet which killed him in October 1991 he prob ably paid around pounds 17 for it.
In "Assessing the Veracity of Domestic Violence Allegations in Parenting Disputes" (November 2002), Sherrie Boug Carter asserts that the "rule of thumb" saying has its origin in English Common Law and that the rule decreed that a man could not legally use a rod thicker than the diameter of his thumb to beat his wife.
It boug Burger King in 2010 and Tim Horton's in 2014, merging the two.