MAKO


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MAKOMovement Against Kindred Offenders
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They also noted that that millions of Mako sharks exist and even the CITES secretariat advised against the protections.
Tambak-2 is designed to evaluate the reservoir properties and deliverability of the intra-Muda sandstones in the southern area of the Mako field.
Independent work found the Mako field has gross recoverable dry gas of 276 billion cubic feet.
Headquartered in Carlsbad, California, Mako Steel builds single-story, multi-level, and custom storage facilities in 44 states, Canada, and Mexico.
Since 2007 more than 200,000 procedures, including total knee, partial knee and total hip replacements have been performed around the world using the Mako technology, and now people across the north of Scotland can experience its benefits, at Aberdeen's own BMI Albyn Hospital.
With funding secured to advance its flagship Napie Gold Project in CE[sup.3]te d'lvoire, Mako looks forward to building on the impressive recent expansion of mineralisation.
The addition of Mako expands Resolute's portfolio which comprises the Syama Gold Mine in Mali, the Bibiani Gold Mine in Ghana and the Ravenswood Gold Mine in Australia.
The shortfin mako shark, the world's fastest shark, is among those being caught in large numbers in the North Atlantic.
Thus the Luo phrase mako ich means referring to a woman to begin to show a tummy that becomes more and more protuberant every day that the sun rises.
"I got stuck in a room with Mako a few times which I enjoyed.
LEINSTER'S Tadhg Furlong expects a Test-intensity tussle with "world- class" Saracens prop Mako Vunipola in today's Heineken Champions Cup final.