ELIZ


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ELIZEntente de Lutte Interdépartementale contre les Zoonoses (French: Interdepartmental Agreement Fight against Zoonoses)
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Michael Wigham, trainer of Elis Eliz These handicaps are competitive but she's in good form, she's genuine and I'd expect her to run well.
(9.) Bill C-61: An Act to amend the Copyright Act, 39th Parl., 2d Sess., 56*57 Eliz. II (2008).
According to the London daily Elaph, after releasing the three solo singles "Mihtaja His" (I Need To Feel), "Al Osforah" (The Bird) and "Sameen Ya Banat" (Girls Listen), the artist Eliz is getting ready to launch a new song.
January 5, 2009 (WASHINGTON) -- Sudanese-born musician Eliz Chol Lam reached the White House with a song of thanks when visiting Southern Sudanese dignitaries presented her latest CD album as a gift to outgoing President George W.
Eliz van Kampen of the ICM staff created hand-crafted statuettes of a pregnant woman which were presented to the members of the group along with their certificates.
For information, contact Eliz Breakstone at eliz@gmail.com or Susan Stumpf at stumpf_s@yahoo.com.
2, (9) repealed this Edwardian legislation, which was seen to penalize Catholics, but, following Mary's death and the state's reversion to Protestantism, the churchgoing provision soon reappeared in the Elizabethan uniformity code of 1558-59 (1 Eliz. I cap.
CELEBRATION: Eliz Girginc is the first to cuddle newborn llama Holly (zy201207Anewborn); GROWING QUICKLY: Farm assistant Josie Taylor with one of the llamas (zy201207Anewborn)
In their illuminating analysis of Jews, Bahais and Christians in Iran, Eliz Sanasarian and Avi Davidi examine the treatment of non-Muslims in Iran since 2000.
I think we are making a lot of noise, and we are going to continue to." Eliz Gerardo, a 17-year-old high school junior, stood in the sharp Southwestern sunlight with her friends.