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Of the 2,056, a total of 631 (31%) were employed in police protection, and 1,425 (69%) were employed in OARI (Table 1).
Because the OARI industry category includes industries other than firing ranges (e.g., miniature golf courses and billiard parlors), it is possible that some OARI workers with occupational BLL elevations were not employed in firing ranges.
"The Oaris platform uses the latest technology to offer high-speed travel and has demonstrated its capacity to operate at speeds just over 220mph, combined with the advantages of proven reliability, comfort and safety.
The yellow vest demonstrator runs after losing his hand in Oaris
9 SUPERTRAMP Live In Oaris 1979 10 Double CD and DVD recorded at the Pavillon De Paris in 1979, when they were at their peak.
> A high speed Oaris train from Spanish firm CAF ATRAIN making factory in south Wales is bidding to secure a huge PS2.75bn contact to build a new generation of high speed trains reaching speeds of 225 miles per hour.
The firm already has a strong track record in high speed train production in mainland Europe with its Oaris fleet.
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