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OYLOne Year Later (DC Comics)
OYLOntario Young Liberals (Canada)
OYLOhio YSR League
OYLOceanside Youth Lacrosse (Oceanside, NY)
OYLOssified Yellow Ligament
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"I congratulate you, sir," he said, "upon your very great invention, and I hope to see it supplant all forms of existing telegraphs, and that you will be successful in obtaining the wealth and honor which is your due." But one year later, Dolbear came to view with an opposition telephone.
Now, only one year later, it was over 6,300--and the Democratic vote only 8,800!
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The first study will evaluate the safety, tolerability and immunogenicity of PCV-15 followed by Pneumococcal Vaccine Polyvalent one year later in healthy adult subjects 50 years of age or older.
The theme of the event organized by Borden's group is 'Human Rights Challenge: One Year Later, Drug War Extrajudicial Killings Continue.'
One year later, the Egyptian Federation of the American Football (EFAF) was already established, coinciding with the emergence of a growing number of both women and men team squads.
The big question is why retiring even one year later than average reduces mortality.
ANKARA (CyHAN)- The footages, showing commemoration ceremony held in Ankara Ethnography Museum on November 10, 1939, just one year later since the modern Turkey's founder Mustafa Kemal AtatE-rk's death, shared by Turkish General Staff.
facility was listed at $25 million, but it never sold; one year later it was re-listed at the same price only to produce a similar result.
He retired from performing just one year later performers.
One year later, the bar was expanded with dramatic blue lighting, while the restaurant area preserves the celeb-friendly privacy screens.
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