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MINGMedical Interpreter Network of Georgia (est. 1999)
MINGMuseet I Nord Gudbrandsdalen (Nordic Museum)
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Yang Ming said Alphaliner's latest projection for 2019 is that global throughput will grow 2.5% while capacity is predicted to grow at a rate of 3.1%.
On May 28 the victim moved out and went to stay with her mother but the following day Ming turned up at the Fort, where she worked in a shop.
Ming Han said for the longest time, his team avoided 'sensitive' issues because it simply was not safe to discuss these online.
Tayyab could not score a single point in the third set won by Au Chung Ming 11-0 and raced up to grab the fourth set by 11-7 by closing the fate of Tayyub Aslam at 3-1.
Both families played volleyball in their backyard for recreation and both Angela (FVR's mother) and Josefa (Ming's mother) were engaged in social work at the Young Women's Christian Association on Isaac Peral.
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This consideration was paid in a combination of cash and newly issued shares in Ming Yang.
Report France Prix du Conseil de Paris G2 Chantilly, 1m4f turf, 3yo+ MING DYNASTY proved his Prix Niel running all wrong under Umberto Rispoli yesterday to set up a potentially exciting conclusion to his season after defeating Migwar, writes Scott Burton.
The YM Warmth will commence a ten-year, fixed-rate time charter with Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp.
Bouthaina Shaaban discussed on Saturday with Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Shanghai city Chung Ming means of benefiting from the Chinese expertise in the fields of reconstruction, sciences and technologies.
Those familiar with Ming Neo-Confucian thought will no doubt be aware that Huang Zongxi's [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1610-1695) Records of Ming Scholars (Ming ru xue [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) recognizes Wu Yubi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1392-1469) as having been the first Ming scholar to seriously pursue the Way.