RATES


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AcronymDefinition
RATESRegional Agriculture Trade Expansion Support (USAID)
RATESRouting and Traffic Engineering Server
RATESRapid Access Tariff Expediting Service (Knight Ridder)
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All states have ever had it, in one kind or rate, or other.
The rates are alike, whether a city has one or two systems.
With the mind thus impressed, let any one examine beds of conglomerate many thousand feet in thickness, which, though probably formed at a quicker rate than many other deposits, yet, from being formed of worn and rounded pebbles, each of which bears the stamp of time, are good to show how slowly the mass has been accumulated.
Jaggers, still looking at the ceiling, "the - rate - of?" And then looked all round the room, and paused with his pocket-handkerchief in his hand, half way to his nose.
China's population must be seven hundred millions, eight hundred millions, nobody knew how many millions, but at any rate it would soon be a billion.
At any rate, the boat sank by the stern, quite gently, in three feet of water, leaving the captain and myself, facing each other, on our feet.
That article would well bear this rate of duty; and if it should tend to diminish the consumption of it, such an effect would be equally favorable to the agriculture, to the economy, to the morals, and to the health of the society.
"I should be glad if you could let me have one within half an hour, at any rate.
The easy and (as we then thought) the rapid rate of traveling had its invigorating effect on her nerves.
At any rate, in all the bodies of the Martians that were examined after the war, no bacteria except those already known as terrestrial species were found.
At any rate, I am glad that, what between Captain S-'s yearning for old triumphs and Mr.
My removal, therefore, which must, at any rate, take place soon, may, with perfect convenience, be hastened; and I make it my particular request that I may not in any way be instrumental in separating a family so affectionately attached to each other.