TUIL


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TUILTolerable Upper Intake Level
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Last year's edition of "Le Choix de L'Orient" gave the nod to Mathias Enard's "Rue des Voleurs." This year's jury will choose from works by Sorj Chalandon, Karine Tuil, Sylvie Germain, Pierre Lemaitre, Boris Razon, Laurent Seksik, Chantal Thomas, Jean-Philippe Toussaint and Frederic Verger.
In this volume, Tuil (Rotterdam Institute of Private Law, Erasmus U.
Written by Ayuaal Youth; Mabior De Maluk Deng, Deng Kuer Tuil, Bul Ageer Awer, Manyok Wal Ajang April 16.
Elliota[euro](tm)s portfolio manager Franck Tuil expressed doubts in the letter that Danisco shareholders would accept such a price, despite the recommendation from the board, as it significantly undervalues the company.
[63.] Tuil WS, ten Hoopen AJ, Braat DD, de Vries Robbe PF, Kremer JA.
The opal basil tuil, a stained glass, sugar disc, perched on a dome of juice soaked bread encasing a rich medley of summer berries.
* Tolerable upper intake level: The TUIL is the highest average daily nutrient intake level that is likely to pose no risk of adverse health effects to almost all individuals in the general population.
Chip leader Teddy Tuil, out of Paris and Tel Aviv, short and nervously genial, a ring of receding, grizzled black hair; Gary Lent, from California, bald and moustached and polite; Tony `The Lizard' Bloom, jockey-short and pink-shirted, seated with his batteried fan, every surge and slump mirrored in his flaky face; Ian Dobson, downward-looking through black glasses, black shirt, black all; and John Duthie, right ear redder than his left, drawing his hands through his long hair and chewing cocktail sticks like a man on a diet of nerves.
TV director John Duthie, from London, scooped the tax-free jackpot in the Ladbroke Casinos Poker Million tournament after battling it out with Teddy 'Sugar Teddy' Tuil from Tel Aviv, in front of a worldwide TV audience of 300 million.