CIRDES

AcronymDefinition
CIRDESCentre International de Recherche-Developpement Sur l'Elevage en Zone Subhumide (Burkina)
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And we can see how Smith inquired about external scale as well: The size of his peanuts and cirdes are the same in Louisenberg #7 and #4 (the original 1953-54 version), but not so in #2, where the units are much larger, in proportion with the increased size of the square support.
Like Stop & Shop, Piggly Wiggly uses lots of skylights, and it literally runs cirdes around the competition with its circular perishables departments.
Beto Avila rode his professional baseball success to Mexico's congressional cirdes in his later years.
As usual, Hoffman has done his reporting admirably, and he takes us behind the scenes to the oligarchs' meetings at the Logovaz club in Moscow's Sparrow Hills (sessions eerily reminiscent of the famous five-family pow-wow in The Godfather), and inside Yeltsin's innermost Kremlin cirdes. We see how the oligarchs first plotted to buy up state assets during privatization, corruptly engineered Yeltsin's reelection as president in 1996, and worked to assert their influence by dominating national media outlets.
With one of the largest circulations of all periodicals in Germany during this time, it quickly became an institution in German intellectual cirdes and the most important vehicle of Enlightenment thought in Germany, opening up new channels of communication and initiating public discussion of social, political, religious and economic affairs in a reasoned, scholarly voice.
The correct shooting position as taught in most operational cirdes is with the support hand canted forward and gripping 60 to 70 percent while the firing hand is gripping the pistol as high as possible, with approximately 30 to 40 percent of the grip.