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HITTING OUT: Ali Campbell who quit UB40 in 2008, said re-releasing the group's firts album is a backward step.
To take part firts advise the Secretariat of the All Wales Convention by email at info.convention@ by December 12.
LESLIE'S FIRTS J-O-B: "My grandmother worked in the registry of motor vehicles in Boston, and the summer that I became of legal working age, I spoke Spanish fluently and was a translator for foreign licenses when (needed)."
These Spanish, Italian, Greek, French and Portuguese businesses lodged an appeal in 2005 (Court of Firts Instance), challenging the method adopted by the Commission in Brussels for calculating proposed production aid for processed tomatoes.
Livingston had hoped Fernandez would inject some life into their goal shy attack, but it was the visitors who made the firts chance with Collin Samuel squandering a free header at the near post.
this section also has a sub basement of two rooms with mullioned windows and wine bins, a drawing room with oak flooring and 18th century cornicing, study with fine dog tooth plasterwork detail, a firts floor sitting room and dressing rooms.
1930: Frozen peas went on sale for the firts time in America.
On the firts page, for example, he suggests that in corresponds H.R.
In his introduction, he mistakenly refers to Rubin's article as the one that "leads off the series." Actually, Rubin appears fourth, but truly deserved to be firts. She gives step-by-step instructions on how to deal with angry patrons within the first minute of a confrontation.
Firts, a review of the criteria for severe psychiatric disability should be undertaken, particularly with respect to hospitalization; these criteria need to be updated to take into account the trend toward treatment of individuals with severe psychiatric disabilities in community-based outpatient settings.