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PRIMOPeer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online
PRIMOPollutant Responses in Marine Organisms (international symposium)
PRIMOPolar Remote Interactive Marine Observatory (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
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Primo began approaching refugee entrepreneurs to tell their stories, and it proved to be a turning point in her career.
'Prayers please for Team A as kuya Primo has HFMD,' she stated.
All ingredients are hand-selected and freshly prepared on the day by Primo's experienced kitchen team.
Things start to unravel when Primo gets frustrated with the way his musical career is going and starts to act differently.
He then opened the door and saw Primo playing in front of their television.
"Dear Primo" describes the daily experience of two cousins, one in Mexico and one in the United States, while "Wonder" tells the story of a middle-school boy who has a facial deformity.
In addition to a variety of styles, Primo & Secondo also offers duets of various levels.
The company's managing director, Gavin Wright, said: "When I first got the phone call about the break-in my heart sunk and my emotions were everywhere - this was devastating news to us, as Primo Drinks is a family-run business.
The importance of the concept of translation for transmitting the babelic Lagersprache of Auschwitz, and for expressing the unutterable horror of the Lager's experience makes the task of the Primo Levi's translator even more arduous.
The deal enables Primo Medical Group to expand its Cleanroom Assembly operations by including NASP's customer range, which includes a range of medical device manufacturers in the US and Europe.