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FIGSFraud Information Gathering System
FIGSFigures
FIGSFrench, Italian, German, Spanish (translation and localization)
FIGSFederazione Italiana Giuoco Squash (Italian: Italian Federation for the Game of Squash; est. 1976)
FIGSFigures Shift
FIGSFresh International Gourmet Supply (North Carolina)
FIGSFukuoka International Gift Show (Fukuoka, Japan)
FIGSFuture Income Growth Securities
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As he did not in the least know how to parry the blows that were aimed at himself, and Cuff had begun the attack on the three preceding occasions, without ever allowing his enemy to strike, Figs now determined that he would commence the engagement by a charge on his own part; and accordingly, being a left-handed man, brought that arm into action, and hit out a couple of times with all his might-- once at Mr.
Figs's left made terrific play during all the rest of the combat.
"I think that will do for him," Figs said, as his opponent dropped as neatly on the green as I have seen Jack Spot's ball plump into the pocket at billiards; and the fact is, when time was called, Mr.
And now all the boys set up such a shout for Figs as would have made you think he had been their darling champion through the whole battle; and as absolutely brought Dr.
Cuff was licking me for breaking a bottle of milk, and Figs wouldn't stand it.
In consequence of Dobbin's victory, his character rose prodigiously in the estimation of all his schoolfellows, and the name of Figs, which had been a byword of reproach, became as respectable and popular a nickname as any other in use in the school.
The project aims to make figs available throughout the year as 200 tons of figs will be dried and 1,200 tons will be packaged fresh.The long-term goal of the project in Aghbal is to extend the area reserved for fig-trees, which will require an investment of just over MAD 2,000,000.Successful implementation of this project would ideally improve farmers' income from MAD 1,700 per hectare to MAD 43,000 by increasing fig production to 5.
The fig tree was introduced to England in the sixteenth century, and by the reign of Elizabeth I, most English households kept dried figs to make sweet puddings.
[USPRwire, Tue May 28 2019] MRRSE has compiled a study on fresh figs in its publication titled 'Fresh Figs Market : Global Industry Analysis 2013--2017 and Opportunity Assessment 2018--2027'.
[ClickPress, Tue May 28 2019] MRRSE has compiled a study on fresh figs in its publication titled 'Fresh Figs Market : Global Industry Analysis 2013--2017 and Opportunity Assessment 2018--2027'.
Almost every street has vendors with rolls of dried figs either on shoulders or wheelbarrows attracting customers.