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Kran also noted that a lack of resources was being used by States as a
"End of the year as usual, Kran. That's when they let us burn." "So where you two been?" Otto said.
(24.) See Erickson, supra note 17, at 236; Kran, supra note 18, at 49-50.
Marcel Van Der Kran has known him since he was coach of the Dutch national team.
In his opening keynote address, Society President Robert Kran, M.D., traced the impotence field's evolution from penile implants to Viagra.
Indeed, such Mel-speaking ethnic groups as the Kissi and Gola, and such Kwa-speakers as the Dei, Bassa, Kran, Kru, and Glebo came to pre-Liberia in about 988 A.D.
Kran, Die sozial-und gesellschaftspolitischen Vorstellungen Walther Rathenaus (Bochum, 1975); James Joll, "Walther Rathenau-Intellectual or Industrialist?" in Volker Berghahn and Martin Kitchen, eds., Germany in the Age of Total War (London, 1981) pp.
By and large the same can be said of the yod after the retroflex stops *t, *th, and *d.(13) The following forms illustrate developments for type B syllables: Early Chinese Chiehyunn kran kan kren kan tri tji dru djeu kre kai
These dog treats have three flavors: Blueberry Blasts, Smokin' CheesePlosions and Pumpkin Kran Pow.
We don't fully not what he is capable of until he gets some more fights under his belt, but we're pretty confident to the sky's the limit,” said Chris Oliveras, General Partner at Kran Sports.
The Liebherr cranes were supplied by partner companies - Deggendorf-based Kran Saller and Winhoring-headquartered Kranverleih Saller.